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Eight Videos Show 'Insane' Footage of Texas Twisters and Their Aftermath

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Six people are reported dead and dozens injured after tornadoes swept through a few north Texas cities overnight.

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We've pulled together some of videos from storm chasers and residents to give you a sense of the terrifying twisters, but there are some photos from locals here too.

Tornado hunters Shane Adams and Bridget Geaughan took footage of the tornado near Aledo (Content Warning: Some strong language as the storm chaser is angry he missed the first half):

This footage from Millsap and other towns shows baseball-size hail, stunning views of the "insane" tornado and some of the damage it caused:

Here's a distant look at a twister from a Granbury backyard:

This is another view from a Granbury backyard but it gives you quite a sense of how loud the tornado was (it's loud enough that you might want to turn down your volume a few notches). Also make note of the white caps the wind is creating on the lake:

These videos give a sense of some of the damage to the area and loss of life.

Officials announce the evacuation of residents ahead of one of the tornadoes and fatalities that later resulted in this report:


Witnesses describe the moments before the tornado hit, the damage and looking up while huddled in the bathroom and seeing their roof missing:


Schools are closed in Cleburne today and crews have begun to assess damage. Here's a look at some of the mess:


This report shows some of the damage to commercial structures in Ennis. Damage spans a 2.5 mile area in this town:


Crews will move forward with assessing and clearing debris through today. As of early Thursday morning, about 20,000 homes and businesses were without power.

Johnny Ortiz, left, and James South, right, carry Miguel Morales, center, who was injured in a tornado, to an ambulance in Granbury, Texas, on Wednesday May 15, 2013. Officials report the tornado caused "multiple fatalities" as it tore through two neighborhoods of a North Texas town. Hood County sheriff's Lt. Kathy Jiveden reported the multiple fatalities, but she had no estimate of dead or injured. (Photo: AP/Mike Fuentes)

All who died as a result of the storm thus far were from Granbury. Between 50 and 100 additional people from this town were taken to the hospital with injuries.



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