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GRANBURY, Texas (AP) – Officials awaited daybreak to fully assess the scope of the destruction left in the wake of a deadly tornado in Granbury.
Hood County Sheriff Roger Deeds said he hoped the death toll from the tornado would hold at six, with about 50 people injured and 250 people left homeless.
The twister was part of a swarm of tornadoes unleashed on North Texas, devastating two neighborhoods in southern Granbury and a neighborhood in nearby Cleburne.
Officials will hold a news conference at 8:00 a.m. CDT with a media tour at 10:30 a.m. CDT.
By JOHN L. MONE and ANGELA K. BROWN