A fire station in East End sustained heavy damage by a tornado on Friday night, according to KTHV-TV.
As crews worked to clean up the aftermath this weekend, they assessed what was left of their firehouse.
"I hate to see it: your equipment and building damaged. Fortunately, all this can be replaced and repaired," Fire Chief Richard Blair told the news station.
Several tornadoes tore through central Arkansas, leaving damaged homes and uprooted trees in its wake. One woman died and two dozen others were injured, according to Associated Press reports.
The state's National Guard was joined crews in East End after Governor Mike Beebe deployed the troops to the hardest hit communities around the state.