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Tornado touchdown confirmed in Tennessee


The National Weather Service in Nashville, Tennessee, says the tornado with maximum-sustained winds of 120 mph hit near Clarksville on Saturday. Montgomery County Sheriff's Office spokeswoman Sandra Brandon told The Leaf-Chronicle that at least four homes ...


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CLARKSVILLE, Tenn-- Storm crews have confirmed an EF2 tornado touched down in Middle Tennessee over the weekend. The National Weather Service in Nashville, Tennessee, says the tornado with maximum-sustained winds of 120 mph hit near Clarksville on Saturday. Montgomery County Sheriff's Office spokeswoman Sandra Brandon told The Leaf-Chronicle that at least four homes were destroyed and dozens of others were damagedShe says 75 cars also were damaged at a tire plant parking lot. Montgomery County Mayor Jim Durrett said Sunday that "to look at what I'm looking at and know we didn't lose anybody is just a miracle." During the storm, a teenage girl was hit by falling debris at a basketball game after an apparent lightning strike knocked a hole in the arena's roof at Austin Peay State UniversityShe was taken to a hospital as a precaution.

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