In Tennessee, central America, on Saturday, a tornado claimed six lives and left twenty-six injured. The mayor of Clarksville stated there was significant damage in a briefing that was posted on social media. Call 911 if you need assistance, they advised. Assistance will be provided right away.
In Tennessee, central America, on Saturday, a tornado claimed six lives and left twenty-six injured. There is also a child among the deceased. The wounded have been brought into the hospital. Many homes and stores have sustained damage from the storm.
Tornado warning issued
The National Weather Service has issued several more tornado warnings in Tennessee. Due to the tornado, about 85,000 homes were left in the dark in Tennessee on Saturday night. Pictures of the damage caused by the tornado have been shared on social media by the fire department. It shows a damaged house with debris scattered on the lawn and a tractor-trailer overturned on the highway.
Clarksville Mayor Joe Pitts consoled those who lost loved ones in the storm, saying the entire city is with them in their grief. In a briefing shared on social media, the mayor of Clarksville said there was extensive damage. They said,
(“Dial 911 if you need assistance. Assistance will be provided right away. Please don’t go outside and stay at home.
Meanwhile, according to the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office, the tornado made landfall at 2:00 PM. A nearby high school has become a makeshift shelter. It has been requested that people stay at home.