DALLAS (AP) — Authorities are investigating after a seven-story parking garage partially collapsed at a residential high-rise in Dallas.

According to officials, Dallas Fire-Rescue responded to the collapse in the Turtle Creek neighborhood Friday afternoon. Officials say the collapse started at the top level and debris fell all the way through to the ground level of the garage, leaving a massive hole and crushing several vehicles. No injuries were reported and crews found no signs of anyone being trapped.

Joel Lavender with the Dallas Fire-Rescue says investigators are trying to determine if heavy rain and strong winds that hit Texas contributed to the structure's collapse.