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6 killed in heavy flooding, storms across Tennessee
ChattanoogaTimesFreePress ^ | May 2, 2010 | Erik Schelzig

Posted on 05/02/2010 12:42:18 PM PDT by Tennessee Nana

MEMPHIS — Six people were killed in Tennessee and three in northern Mississippi by a line of storms that brought heavy flooding and tornados to the region over the weekend. More rain and storms loomed Sunday as emergency officials in Tennessee sought help from the state's Army National Guard, and urged people to stay off roads and interstate highways turned into raging rivers.

The Tennessee Emergency Management Agency revised the death toll downward about an hour after announcing that eight people had been killed. On Sunday morning, the agency asked for the state's National Guard to help with rescue operations and Gov. Phil Bredesen was getting hourly updates on the storm.

TEMA spokesman Jeremy Heidt confirmed that one person died around 4 a.m. Sunday in a tornado near Pocahontas, about 70 miles east of Memphis. The other deaths in Tennessee were all due to flooding, TEMA said.

Meanwhile, National Guard and Tennessee Highway Patrol helicopters with hoisting capabilities were on standby to rescue people from the floodwaters that covered city streets and left cars stranded on interstate highways turned into rivers.

Interstate-24 remained closed in Nashville, and segments of I-40 between Nashville and Memphis were blocked.

"The big message we're trying to get out is stay off the road," TEMA spokesman Mike Browning said. "It's really dangerous for a lot of people to be out there right now."

In northern Mississippi, Benton County Coroner John Riles said two people were killed in a mobile home that "looks like you stuck about four sticks of dynamite on it and it just disappeared."

Riles said a two-story house nearby also was obliterated. "If you didn't know the house was there, you'd think it was a vacant lot," he said.

In Lafayette County, Emergency Management coordinator David Shaw said one person was killed in Abbeville, where 15 or 20 houses were damaged by strong winds.

A spokeswoman at the National Weather Service said it was too early to say if tornadoes had caused the damage in Mississippi.

A line of strong thunderstorms Saturday dumped at least 10 inches of rain on Memphis and produced tornadoes and hail along the Mississippi River Valley in Mississippi, Arkansas, Missouri, Kentucky and northward.

The forecast called for more rain through the day Sunday, which could stymie rescuers trying to reach all of the far-flung areas that have been affected.

Some areas were hit by 13 inches of flash flooding on Saturday, and the same was expected on Sunday, Browning said.

"This thing is not going to be over this weekend by any means," he said.

The weekend deaths came on the heels of a tornado in Arkansas that killed a woman and injured about two dozen people Friday.

The southwestern part of Tennessee was extremely hard hit, with several Memphis-area streets declared impassable. Corey Chaskelson, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service, said a levee had been breached along the Big Creek River in Millington, to the north of Memphis. He said 4 to 5 feet of water had flooded 200-300 homes at the Naval Support Activity base in Millington.

Emergency officials in Shelby County said hundreds of people were being evacuated due to high water, including residents of the Navy base and inmates at a federal prison.

Bob Nations, director of the Shelby County Office of Preparedness, said most of the roads into and out of Millington had been cut off by flooding.

At the Baker Community Center in Millington, where a Red Cross shelter was set up, retiree Joe Curry, 74, said he and his wife were rescued from their home in a boat Saturday morning after the water had risen to 7 feet.

"It rose so fast we couldn't get out," said Curry, who spent the day at the Red Cross shelter until family members could pick him up. "It's a mess."

Erick Hooper, 19, said there was water in his living room when he woke up Saturday morning.

"It kept rising, and it was too cold to swim, so I went on the roof," he said.

Hooper spent the day on the roof of the mobile home until rescuers picked him up in a boat. A pillow and a blanket were all he managed to take with him.

Jerry Fritts of the Red Cross said about 100 people were expected to spend the night at the Millington shelter.

Waters were washing away parts of roads and bridges in the Jackson area, said Marty Clements, director of the Jackson-Madison County Emergency Management Agency.

"We've basically become an island because the major highways and roads are cut off," he said Saturday evening.

Clements said there have been gas leaks and water main breaks due to the flooding and both area hospitals were running on generators temporarily during the day.

He said emergency officials have asked all events be canceled on Sunday, even church services, to keep people from trying to venture out in the floodwaters.

Charles Shannon, a spokesman for the Nashville Fire Department, said one person drowned in flood waters on Interstate 24 south of Nashville.

In Nashville, emergency responders had rescued 50 people from flooding, Mayor Karl Dean said. Police Chief Ronal Serpas said two police officers had to be rescued from a tree.

The National Weather Service said up to 12 inches of rain had fallen along areas of Interstate 40 since midnight and up to 6 more inches was expected through Sunday.

In Arkansas, Gov. Mike Beebe declared a state of emergency after visiting a community south of Little Rock hit hard by Friday's storms, and he was scheduled Sunday to visit heavily damaged areas north of the city.

Associated Press Writers Shelia Byrd in Jackson, Miss., Chris Talbott and Kristin Hall in Nashville and Andrew Demillo in Scotland, Ark., contributed to this story.


TOPICS: Breaking News; News/Current Events; US: Arkansas; US: Mississippi; US: Tennessee
KEYWORDS: arkansas; chattanooga; flood; flooding; floods; mississippi; nashville; tennessee; tn; tnfloods2010; weather
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1 posted on 05/02/2010 12:42:18 PM PDT by Tennessee Nana
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To: Tennessee Nana

0bama doesn’t care.


2 posted on 05/02/2010 12:46:16 PM PDT by Drango (A liberal's compassion is limited only by the size of someone else's wallet.)
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To: Tennessee Nana; eyedigress

I am so sorry for this tragedy.
Prayers lifted!


3 posted on 05/02/2010 12:46:19 PM PDT by MS.BEHAVIN (Women who behave rarely make history)
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To: LibertyRocks; secret garden; tndarlin; Dark Fired Tobacco; Teotwawki; Graybeard58; piroque; ...

New article..


4 posted on 05/02/2010 12:48:41 PM PDT by Tennessee Nana
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To: MS.BEHAVIN

Thanks sweetie...

God bless you

We have some very high pressure here right now...

Its suppose to reach here tonight...


5 posted on 05/02/2010 12:50:24 PM PDT by Tennessee Nana
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To: Drango

Yeah, just ask the good people of Mississippi. Last weekend’s tornado cut a 149-mile path of death and destruction across the state, and the Annointed One can’t be bothered.

BTW, that tornado’s “path” was the second-longest in U.S. history according to Dr. Greg Forbes at the Weather Channel. It ranks only behind the Great Tri-State Tornado of 1925, which had a continuous path of more than 200 miles in length.

But don’t look for Barry to visit Yazoo City anytime soon. The message is clear; if you’re in a Red State (and affected by a natural disaster), the President won’t stop by unless it becomes politically necessary (see today’s visit to Louisiana).


6 posted on 05/02/2010 12:55:52 PM PDT by ExNewsExSpook
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To: Tennessee Nana

We only had six inshes water coming in the back sliding doors and bailing out the front doors.


7 posted on 05/02/2010 1:01:17 PM PDT by Ingtar (My dog died yesterday, but less than expected. - Freeper Juan Meden)
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To: Ingtar

Where is that ???


8 posted on 05/02/2010 1:01:48 PM PDT by Tennessee Nana
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To: Tennessee Nana

My 16 yr. old daughter and her high school band were trying to get home today from Kings Island in Cincinnati OH and made it as far as Bowling Green KY where they will be making an emergency overnight stop. Hopefully they will make it home tomorrow. Only route I found to go East of Nashville was about 7 hours here to Hazel Green AL. Rather them be safe than sorry. Too dangerous and those tour buses must travel four lane highways or interstate with passengers.


9 posted on 05/02/2010 1:01:58 PM PDT by Qwackertoo (Make it stop, please.)
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To: ExNewsExSpook

I haven’t heard Zero make any comments about the tornadoes that hit Mississippi and Alabama last weekend and I heard last night that Arkansas had 11 tornado warnings going at the same time statewide.

I don’t expect him to make any comments about the flooding and deaths in Tennessee either.

Prayers for all those involved.


10 posted on 05/02/2010 1:03:19 PM PDT by proudofthesouth (We need a group of men with the intelligence, courage, & integrity that our Founding Fathers had.)
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To: Qwackertoo

Kings Island the theme park ???

I’ve been there...

My dau used to live in Hamilton,... Butler county...

I hope they just stay put in Kentucky...

I.m going to stay up tonight as long as I have power and report whats happing around here...


11 posted on 05/02/2010 1:05:57 PM PDT by Tennessee Nana
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To: Tennessee Nana

Good luck, Nana—I hope it doesn’t reach your house!


12 posted on 05/02/2010 1:06:32 PM PDT by American Quilter (The Democrats are deliberately destroying America. They must be destroyed in turn.)
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To: Ingtar

I’m so sorry, Ingtar. Is the floodwater still there, or has it retreated? Are you at home, or posting from somewhere else?


13 posted on 05/02/2010 1:07:56 PM PDT by American Quilter (The Democrats are deliberately destroying America. They must be destroyed in turn.)
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To: Tennessee Nana

Memphis/Bartlett. The drainage system here could not handle the rate the rain was falling. I get new carpet at least... LOL

We have a nice picture of the water 6 inches above the inside floor - which is four or five inches above the level of the patio outside.


14 posted on 05/02/2010 1:10:16 PM PDT by Ingtar (My dog died yesterday, but less than expected. - Freeper Juan Meden)
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To: Tennessee Nana

Yes that is where they went. I’ve about decided the band trips are jinxed. First year to FL that had the raging wildfires and traffic and detours on way home, last year they got about an hour out of town heading to Orlando again and were called back due to Swine Flu outbreak in a panic by the administration (then kids were out of school and many, not mine, all headed to mall, so much for containment) and this year the flooding.

I hope tomorrows light brings sunshine and receding waters all across TN and those that were affected can start to recover.

Another band Mom has son stranded on this trip in KY and can’t get home and her poor husband is stranded in Memphis and works for Army Corp of Engineers and they had to be evacuated yesterday and abandoned his truck at the building so it is probably GONE, but at least he is safe but who knows when he’ll make it back home.


15 posted on 05/02/2010 1:11:03 PM PDT by Qwackertoo (Make it stop, please.)
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To: American Quilter

I’m in my dried out corner of the kitchen. Once they got the carpet ripped out, we managed to dry things out mostly. I still have a couple things to move and clean under/behind.


16 posted on 05/02/2010 1:11:29 PM PDT by Ingtar (My dog died yesterday, but less than expected. - Freeper Juan Meden)
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To: Ingtar

They fixed ours afew years ago...

But i dont know if our roads can handle this...

I’m near Chattanooga


17 posted on 05/02/2010 1:17:08 PM PDT by Tennessee Nana
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To: Tennessee Nana

We use to live in Millington, TN when my hubby was stationed at the Naval Base. Can’t remember the street we lived on though, just remember it wasn’t to far to go to see Elvis house. God bless to everyone.


18 posted on 05/02/2010 1:20:31 PM PDT by MsLady (If you died tonight, where would you go? Salvation, don't leave earth without it!)
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To: Ingtar

What a mess!!!! God bless!!!


19 posted on 05/02/2010 1:22:35 PM PDT by MsLady (If you died tonight, where would you go? Salvation, don't leave earth without it!)
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To: MsLady

I took 3 elderly ladies to see Gracelands a couple of years ago...

They dont drive any more but they like to go every few years...

They are REAL fans

:)

I got us into the Heartbreak Hotel...

Elvis movies play 24/7 on the TV...

They thought they had died and gone to Heaven...

LOL

It was fun though because they knew everything there was to know about him...

:)


20 posted on 05/02/2010 1:25:37 PM PDT by Tennessee Nana
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To: Tennessee Nana

My son, his wife, and their two small children were in the middle of this. They just had their closing on their house in Ky, he is being stationed at Ft Knox,and they were driving back to Ft Hood . Luckily they had stopped in Jackson for dinner and realized that they were going nowhere last night so they got a room. My son said around 2am tornado sirens went off and everyone had to go to the 1st floor lobby. Around 3am they were allowed back to their room. He just called me and they have made it to Texarkana with no further problems. Unfortunately, once they pack up their house at Ft Hood they have to make the trip back to Ft Knox.


21 posted on 05/02/2010 1:26:48 PM PDT by heylady
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To: Tennessee Nana

Does anyone have any information about the Elephant Sanctuary at Hohenwald?


22 posted on 05/02/2010 1:30:34 PM PDT by Newfy
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To: Tennessee Nana

Thanks for the ping, Nana. We’re in Rutherford County (SE of Nashville), looking for about three more hours of steady rain and then the cleanup. Nashville and Franklin are hard hit, roads and bridges weakened, in many cases God only knows how badly at this time. Nashville will be pretty much shut down tomorrow (if we know what’s good for us).


23 posted on 05/02/2010 1:34:45 PM PDT by Genoa (Luke 12:2)
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To: Tennessee Nana

My Mom is in KY, and could not get home from work this morning! She had to go 40 miles back the other way to get home through all the back roads there was so much flooding.

Not as bad as TN obviously, but bad enough!


24 posted on 05/02/2010 1:35:35 PM PDT by gidget7 ("When a man assumes a public trust, he should consider himself as public property." Thomas Jefferson)
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To: Tennessee Nana

Y’all be careful out there!! So sad to ever hear of lost life.


25 posted on 05/02/2010 1:36:44 PM PDT by gidget7 ("When a man assumes a public trust, he should consider himself as public property." Thomas Jefferson)
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To: gidget7

Your weather has been as bad as ours, but Middle Tennessee is way too overbuilt and paved over with no place for a lot of water to drain. Stay safe.


26 posted on 05/02/2010 1:37:44 PM PDT by Genoa (Luke 12:2)
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To: Qwackertoo

Good they had to sense not to try to make it!!


27 posted on 05/02/2010 1:38:09 PM PDT by gidget7 ("When a man assumes a public trust, he should consider himself as public property." Thomas Jefferson)
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To: heylady

The water in KY will recede rather quickly once it stops raining. And yes all around Ft. Knox and Etown area had sirens going off last night, haven’t heard if any touched down. I called and reached everyone down there, and they had not heard. Still having t-storms though.


28 posted on 05/02/2010 1:43:07 PM PDT by gidget7 ("When a man assumes a public trust, he should consider himself as public property." Thomas Jefferson)
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To: Tennessee Nana

LOL...sounds like that would have been a fun trip!!!


29 posted on 05/02/2010 1:46:00 PM PDT by MsLady (If you died tonight, where would you go? Salvation, don't leave earth without it!)
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To: Genoa

I am not down there, unfortunately, YET! Plan to eventually. My family is though, called them all to see how everything is going. Their main problems are flooded bridges, many of which are small, and if people are smart they do not cross them. I have not heard how Etown is fairing today, last night it was pretty bad, but passable, long as you were able to cross bridges.


30 posted on 05/02/2010 1:46:45 PM PDT by gidget7 ("When a man assumes a public trust, he should consider himself as public property." Thomas Jefferson)
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To: Drango

Why should Obama care? Arkansas, Mississippi, Tennessee, Kentucky...none of those states voted for him in 2008, and none of them will vote for him in 2012. With him, everything is political.


31 posted on 05/02/2010 2:24:56 PM PDT by Verginius Rufus
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To: Tennessee Nana

Prayers up for these people and their loved ones.


32 posted on 05/02/2010 2:28:37 PM PDT by Bigg Red (Palin/Hunter 2012 -- Bolton their Secretary of State)
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To: Tennessee Nana
Looks like it's still what's it's done all weekend. Breaking up around the Cumberland Plateau. Most of the storms this year have followed that pattern. I'm about 20 miles north of Knoxville. I'm usually up all night. Right now it looks tame on the radar compared to what I was looking at yesterday for Nashville and points west. My area was under a tornado watch yesterday evening. Only one area got hit real hard locally and that was Morgan County. Power is off in many places there I heard on NOAA Radio.

If it gets too bad I'll turn my scanners on and listen to Skywarn Ham Operators and T.E.M.A. I'm very safe from floods {nearly 100 ft up off the valley floor}. But not safe from tornado's. I'm on the side of a ridge.

33 posted on 05/02/2010 3:07:55 PM PDT by cva66snipe (Two Choices left for U.S. One Nation Under GOD or One Nation Under Judgment? Which one say ye?)
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To: Tennessee Nana

Thanks for the ping. Williamson County has lots of standing water, lots of flooded yards and basements and some blocked roads, closer to Nashville The worst areas are close to the Harpeth River which is way up over its banks. Highways are iffy. Schools here and in Metro are closed for tomorrow.


34 posted on 05/02/2010 3:09:32 PM PDT by secret garden (Why procrastinate when you can perendinate?)
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To: Tennessee Nana

Plenty of photos on this FR link I started this morning, including the one of the south side of the Navy base under water.

http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/2505018/posts


35 posted on 05/02/2010 3:56:02 PM PDT by GailA (obamacare paid for by cuts & taxes on most vulnerable Veterans, retired Military, disabled & Seniors)
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To: proudofthesouth

Wonder what if he’ll say anything about the Navy base in Millington, TN being under water along with much of the city. The Big Creek Levy gave way.


36 posted on 05/02/2010 3:57:33 PM PDT by GailA (obamacare paid for by cuts & taxes on most vulnerable Veterans, retired Military, disabled & Seniors)
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To: Tennessee Nana

Darn!

My sister-in-law just travelled to London, KY yesterday, to visit her sick mom in the hospital.

We’ve been waiting all day for the storm to arrive here in south central PA, but nothing yet.


37 posted on 05/02/2010 4:00:04 PM PDT by airborne ("It's a great day for hockey!" - 'Badger' Bob Johnson (RIP))
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To: cva66snipe
Looks like it's still what's it's done all weekend. Breaking up around the Cumberland Plateau. Most of the storms this year have followed that pattern. I'm about 20 miles north of Knoxville. I'm usually up all night.

Looks like you're getting a nice steady medium rain now, cva. That's what' been falling here in the Chattanooga area for the last hour or so. There's a pretty intense line running diagonally along the Mississippi - Alabama border now, heading east/northeast.Don't know how that's going to pan out yet though.

38 posted on 05/02/2010 4:11:03 PM PDT by meyer (It's time...)
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To: Tennessee Nana

Guess the I-40 interstate through TN has opened back up...or is it shut down in some places still? Anyone know?


39 posted on 05/02/2010 4:25:16 PM PDT by Cedar
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To: Cedar

I see in the article it mentions sections between Nashville and Memphis being blocked. Guess I was wondering if the interstate itself has been damaged. I might be traveling through around the middle of May.


40 posted on 05/02/2010 4:26:34 PM PDT by Cedar
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To: heylady

I live north of Jackson and our road is closed in both directions. We live in the Spring Creek community. Spring Creek runs along the back of our property. Last night we could have white water rafted in back of our house. Our orchard was a river! The water washed away the asphalt on much of our road bed. In addition to the heavy rains, Spring Brook subdivision near here lost a levee on their 40 plus acre lake and all that water rushed our way. Thankful that we are O.K., but my heart aches for those less fortunate.


41 posted on 05/02/2010 4:29:32 PM PDT by conservativejoy
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To: Tennessee Nana

Water everywhere around here. Lots of roads and houses flooded. We have had between 14 and 20 inches in about 36 hours.


42 posted on 05/02/2010 4:30:32 PM PDT by Blood of Tyrants (The US will not die with a whimper. It will die with thundering applause from the left.)
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To: nina0113

ping


43 posted on 05/02/2010 4:49:32 PM PDT by Steve1789 (Nearly all men can stand adversity, but if you want to test a man's character, give him power. -A.L.)
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To: Steve0113

100’s and 100’s of houses flooded in the nashville area

some with water up to the roofs

and in areas not in flood plains

Bellevue area hard hit

10-20 inches of rain over most of middle TN


44 posted on 05/02/2010 4:59:40 PM PDT by janetjanet998
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To: meyer
Looks like you're getting a nice steady medium rain now, cva. That's what' been falling here in the Chattanooga area for the last hour or so. There's a pretty intense line running diagonally along the Mississippi - Alabama border now, heading east/northeast.Don't know how that's going to pan out yet though.

It just started here a few minutes ago. It looks a little more intense that earlier.

45 posted on 05/02/2010 5:21:34 PM PDT by cva66snipe (Two Choices left for U.S. One Nation Under GOD or One Nation Under Judgment? Which one say ye?)
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To: GailA

I didn’t agree with everything that President Bush did but you KNOW he would have been on the phone to the Governor’s of Tennessee, Mississippi, Arkansas, and Alabama to discuss what the Feds could to do help those affected by flooding and tornadoes.

Most likely he would also have made a public statement and would do a fly over if not a land visit as well.


46 posted on 05/02/2010 5:26:09 PM PDT by proudofthesouth (We need a group of men with the intelligence, courage, & integrity that our Founding Fathers had.)
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To: Qwackertoo

One of our young men at church is in the Hazel Green band. This has flown under the radar, nationally. Central Tennessee has gotten POUNDED, flooding of biblical proportions. (Well, close(g))


47 posted on 05/02/2010 5:30:33 PM PDT by Bryan24 (When in doubt, move to the right..........)
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To: Bryan24

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z2VPjgpsITo
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lsjH5wQWDds

These vids will give you an idea of the magnitude of what has been going on here in Nashville this weekend. This is I-24. A federal interstate. Mayor declared the place a disaster area this am. Worst flooding in Nashvilles history.


48 posted on 05/02/2010 5:54:04 PM PDT by murrie (For God so loved the world, that he gave His only begotten Son..........)
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To: Tennessee Nana; girlangler

Checking in on you, GA. Please respond. :)


49 posted on 05/02/2010 6:30:42 PM PDT by Diana in Wisconsin (Save the Earth. It's the only planet with Chocolate.)
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To: Tennessee Nana

Bookmark


50 posted on 05/02/2010 6:52:42 PM PDT by dragnet2
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