Tennessee Declares State of Emergency

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(Nashville, TN) A State of Emergency has been declared after damaging winds and possible tornadoes affected the state last night and today.

The Tennessee's Emergency Management Agency says, "The state’s Emergency Operations Center activated to Level 3 this morning at 10 a.m. and a State of Emergency is now in effect for the state. Local governments and state personnel are currently conducting preliminary damage assessments and will continue to do so throughout the day. The state is responding to requests from local governments for emergency resources, such as tarps or debris clearance.

One death has been confirmed in Davidson County.

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