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16 twisters tear up Texas: Help Habitat rebuild

  • Habitat for Humanity helped build at least 60 of the destroyed homes
  • Man found family photos over a mile away
National Weather Service: Several tornadoes touched down in the Granbury, TX area. The six victims were located in a Habitat for Humanity neighborhood in Granbury.

The number of tornadoes that hit parts of North Texas Wednesday is up to 16.

Some people still don't know if they have anything left.

At least one of twisters was an EF4, with winds of up to 200 miles an hour.

Six people were killed and seven people are still missing.

Police say they won't give up looking until every piece of debris is overturned.

Nearly 60 of those destroyed homes were built by Habitat for Humanity.

The group announced it will help with the clean-up and rebuilding.

If you want to help: Habitat for Humanity Texas donation page

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