Drone video showed storm damage in Mount Juliet, Tennessee, which is located east of Nashville.— NBC News (@NBCNews) March 3, 2020
A deadly tornado struck the Nashville area in the early hours of Tuesday. https://t.co/SPsh3yBf8p pic.twitter.com/P1QHkNRm64
rescuers are focusing their efforts in Germantown, East Nashville, and Hermitage. The mayor of Nashville John Cooper told WTVF that there are about 20 people at the hospital: "There are a couple of tragic cases. In one case a tree fell on a car and I also believe that there are about 20 people in the hospital, then we need to monitor the situation very carefully."
This mural rings so true today. We believe in Nashville. We are with those who have lost during the devastating tornados last night ??#olerednashville pic.twitter.com/xS4k67hThs— Ole Red (@OleRed) March 3, 2020
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