The Texas tornado that tore through northern Granbury Wednesday has claimed at least six more people and injured 45, Reuters reported.

The death toll is expected to rise, as seven people are still missing. The deadly tornado that arrived between early evening and sunset caused most of the damage to roofs and buildings, even uprooting trees and flying them across four counties in the Dallas-Fort Worth area.

Granbury sustained the worst of the storm. According to Hood County spokesman Tye Bell, most of those missing, injured, or killed from the tornado were residents of single subdivision homes.

Some were found dead inside or around their homes.

The six victims lived in a Habitat for Humanity neighborhood in Rancho Brazos Estates, which consisted of 110 homes, and almost all were demolished, CNN reported.

According to the National Weather Service, about 10 tornadoes made their way through the region overnight.

"The main concern is life safety and finding any victims that still need our help, making sure we tend to those victims and their pets, too," Hoods County Sheriff Roger Deeds told reporters.

Other counties are also on the lookout for missing neighbors and family in the rubble. In Ellis County, a tornado caused a power outage.

"There are a lot of traumatic injuries," said Donna Martin, a worker at one of Ellis County's veterans organizations. "My husband told me that a car was lifted in the air. It just came in and hit so fast."

"There are a lot of traumatic injuries," Martin told CNN. "My husband told me that a car was lifted in the air. It just came in and hit so fast."

No injuries were reported in the towns of Cleburne or Millsap where other tornadoes hit. Millsap reported seeing hail the size of a grapefruit.

Other counties where the tornado touched include Johnson, Montague, and Parker, where nearly 14 houses and farms sustained structural and roof damage, but no injuries.