By Lateef Mungin
updated 6:44 AM EDT, Thu May 16, 2013
-- Suspected tornadoes ripped through North Texas on Wednesday night, killing at least six people and injuring more than 100 others, officials said.
The fatalities occurred when the storm struck a Habitat for Humanity neighborhood in the Granbury area, Hood County Sheriff Roger Deeds said. There were about 120 homes in the neighborhood, and most of them were destroyed.
Fourteen people were still missing, and the death toll could rise, Deeds said.
About 100 people were injured, said Matt Zavadsky, a spokesman for MedStar Mobile Healthcare.