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Tornado Relief Information

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Our thoughts and prayers go out to the victims and families affected by last night’s tornadoes. Our sister stations CBS 11 and KRLD have pulled together a list of resources and relief efforts at to help those affected.

If you are searching for information on a loved one, you can call the Hood County phone bank 682-498-8010. Call 817-579-2888 to get info from Lake Granbury Hospital. You can also check-in with the Red Cross’ Safe & Well website at

The following churches in Granbury have opened their doors to storm victims looking for shelter:

  • First Christian Church,  2109 West Highway 377,  Granbury, TX
  • First United Methodist Church,  301 Loop 567, Granbury, TX
  • Lake Granbury Christian Temple, 3755 Acton Highway, Granbury, TX
  • St. Francis Cabrini, 2301 Acton Highway, Granbury, TX

The American Red Cross will be out today providing assistance to tornado victims. They do not need supplies at this time. You can still help by giving blood or making a $10 donation via text message (Text RED CROSS to 90999) or by going online to

The Salvation Army is sending out mobile emergency kitchens to Granbury to give relief to victims and first responders with hydration, snacks, and emotional support. You can make a donation at

If you’d like to volunteer today in Hood County, report to the First Methodist Church at 301 Loop 567 in Granbury. Look for the CERT trailer on the loop side. Call 817-573-5573 for more information.

We talked with Anita Foster from the American Red Cross of North Texas about how we can help out our neighbors in need.

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