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These Photos Show The Massive Damage After The Nashville Tornadoes

A string of deadly tornadoes swept through Nashville on Monday night, killing at least 24 people and leaving a trail of devastation in its path.

Posted on March 4, 2020, at 12:26 p.m. ET

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Members of the Cookeville community gather for a prayer service at Collegeside Church of Christ in Cookeville, Tennessee, March 3.

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Sumant Joshi helps clean up rubble at the East End United Methodist Church, March 3.

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Meg Selby and Mac Warren look over their engagement photo that they found in their damaged house in Stanford Estates, March 3.

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People look at the damage along Woodland Street, March 3.

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People try to salvage merchandise at Music City Vintage, March 3.

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Residents of the Germantown neighborhood survey the damage on the streets, March 3.

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The Nashville Predators observe a moment of silence for victims of the Nashville tornadoes before the start of the game against the Minnesota Wild in Saint Paul, Minnesota, March 3.

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A polling location is closed due to a power outage, March 3.

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People wait to vote on Super Tuesday in the gymnasium at Cleveland Park community center in Nashville, March 3.

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Cookeville residents help their neighbors clean up, March 3.

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People look over the damage after a tornado hit eastern Nashville, March 3.

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Cookeville residents clean up debris, March 3.

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Damage to Amplify Apartments in eastern Nashville, March 3.

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Dominique Hammond and her daughter Analise are seen outside their home in North Nashville, March 3.

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People look over the damage to East Nashville, March 3.

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People look at the damage to their home, March 3.

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A man makes his way through debris following a deadly tornado, March 3.

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People walk past buildings damaged by the storms, March 3.


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