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TRUMP in TENNESSEE: The President Tours Tornado Damage After Nashville Storm Kill 25 People

posted by Hannity Staff - 3.06.20

President Trump toured the area surrounding Nashville, Tennessee Friday after severe weather and a major tornado killed at least 24 people and destroyed more than 40 buildings earlier this week.

“You see what’s happened. We saw it from the helicopter,” said the President. “You have great people, it’s a great state.”

 

New aerial photographs and video show the total destruction surrounding Nashville, Tennessee after severe weather brought a deadly tornado to the region early Tuesday morning; destroying dozens of buildings and killing at least 22 people.

 

“Tornadoes ripped across Tennessee early Tuesday, shredding at least 40 buildings and killing at least 19 people. One of the twisters caused severe damage across downtown Nashville, destroying the stained glass in a historic church and leaving hundreds of people homeless,” reports the Associated Press.

“Daybreak revealed a landscape littered with blown-down walls and roofs, snapped power lines and huge broken trees, leaving city streets in gridlock. Schools, courts, transit lines, an airport and the state Capitol were closed, and some damaged polling stations had to be moved only hours before Super Tuesday voting began,” adds the AP.

“Last night was a reminder about how fragile life is,” said Nashville Mayor John Cooper.

Read the full report here.

Source: Fox News

'DEVASTATION': Drone Images Show Total Destruction Brought by Tennessee Tornado, 22 Confirmed Dead

posted by Hannity Staff - 3.03.20

New aerial photographs and video show the total destruction surrounding Nashville, Tennessee after severe weather brought a deadly tornado to the region early Tuesday morning; destroying dozens of buildings and killing at least 22 people.

 

“Tornadoes ripped across Tennessee early Tuesday, shredding at least 40 buildings and killing at least 19 people. One of the twisters caused severe damage across downtown Nashville, destroying the stained glass in a historic church and leaving hundreds of people homeless,” reports the Associated Press.

“Daybreak revealed a landscape littered with blown-down walls and roofs, snapped power lines and huge broken trees, leaving city streets in gridlock. Schools, courts, transit lines, an airport and the state Capitol were closed, and some damaged polling stations had to be moved only hours before Super Tuesday voting began,” adds the AP.

“Last night was a reminder about how fragile life is,” said Nashville Mayor John Cooper.

Read the full report here.

Source: Fox News

TRAGEDY IN NASHVILLE: Overnight Tornado, Severe Weather Kills At Least 9 in Tennessee

posted by Hannity Staff - 3.03.20

A series of powerful, quick-moving storms damaged more than 40 buildings in Nashville, Tennessee Monday night; leaving at least 9 people dead and countless more injured.

“A powerful storm system produced at least two tornadoes that struck central Tennessee early on Tuesday morning, including one that caused significant damage near downtown Nashville and killed several people. The tornado near downtown Nashville lit up the night sky with flashes of light as transformers blew and the storm reportedly stayed on the ground into Hermitage, about 10 miles east of the city,” reports Fox News.

“They need your prayers in Nashville, Tennessee,” Fox News Senior Meteorologist Janice Dean said on “Fox & Friends.” “This was an overnight, rain-wrapped tornado while people were sleeping and now they are waking up to extreme destruction, devastation and deaths in the Nashville area.”

“We have had loss of life all across the state,” said Tennessee Governor Bill Lee, adding “It’s a very difficult situation.”

This is a developing story. Check back for updates.

Source: Fox News

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