Seven Missing after Texas Tornados

    Lisa Montgomery pauses as she talks about surviving a tornado that destroyed her home in Cleburne, Texas, Thursday, May 16, 2013.  Ms. Montgomery rode out the twister the night before in her bathtub with her 10-year-old son and is salvaging items with friends and family helping.  Ten tornadoes touched down in several small communities in Texas overnight, leaving at least six people dead, dozens injured and hundreds homeless. Emergency responders were still searching for missing people Thursday afternoon. (AP Photo/LM Otero)

    Tornado damage in Cleburne, Texas on May 16. (LM Otero/AP)

    Seven people are still missing following at least 16 devastating tornados that hit North Texas, Wednesday, killing six. According to a survey team evaluating the damage, at least one of the twisters was an EF4—the second-most dangerous class of tornado. It was that lethal tornado which was responsible for all of Wednesday’s deaths, destroying an entire neighborhood in Granbury, Texas and stripping homes—most of which had been built by Habitat for Humanity—off the ground. As the disheveled community begins cleaning up the massive mess the tornados left behind, police continue to search for those still missing.

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