MEMPHIS, Tenn. — The Tennessee Emergency Management Agency issued a report on Saturday after Dec 10’s deadly storms where at least 4 people died, declaring a state of emergency.

UPDATE: TEMA is provided an update Saturday afternoon regarding the impact of storms on local communities. Gov. Bill Lee will survey storm damage this afternoon.

TEMA said the Crisis Cleanup line is available at 800-451-1954 and is accepting calls from all Tennesseans affected by the storms.

TEMA has now confirmed a weather-related death in Shelby County, bringing the total dead to 4.

TEMA said that a boil water advisory has been issued for Dresden, Kenton and Samberg counties.

TEMA has also provided a list of damage at a county-specific level:

  • Decatur– Downed trees and power lines
  • Dyer – Damage in the Newbern area to an elementary school, vocational school, and convenience store
  • Gibson – Crews clearing routes to assist residents in the communities of Dyer, Kenton, and Rutherford, along with an effort to open an alternate shelter location
  • Hardeman – Downed trees
  • Henderson – Power outages across the county and reports of three homes damaged
  • Henry – Overturned mobile homes and roof damage to many structures in the northern area of the county
  • Lake – Fire station in Samberg damaged, evacuation center open at Lake County High School
  • Madison – Shelter open at McKeller Sipes Airport and reports of extensive utility and structural damage
  • Obion – Sunset Cover/Roberson Mobile Home Park reported as destroyed
  • Shelby – Damage reported in the Arlington area
  • Tipton – More than 800 without power
  • Weakley – Burst line impacting water pressure in Dresden and multiple buildings collapsed

    TEMA notes that as of 2 PM Central, more than 95,000 people statewide are without power.

TEMA announced in a report that severe storms have impacted several counties in West and Middle Tennessee.

A total of 4 weather-related fatalities were confirmed. TEMA said that numerous trees and power lines are down and that there is damage across multiple counties.

TEMA is reporting two fatalities in Lake County, one in Obion County, and one in Shelby County.

According to TEMA, a State of Emergency has been declared and they have activated an Operations Center in Nashville to responded to impacted areas.

The Tennessee Emergency Management Agency said that they will assist local officials with any needs or resources, “as life-safety issues are addressed and any search and rescue operations completed, TEMA will begin supporting damage assessments with local jurisdictions.”

TEMA has said they are responding in the following ways:
– West and Middle Tennessee Regional Coordination Centers are operational.
– TN Department of Health is in contact with hospitals and emergency medical services to monitor conditions.
-TN Department of Human Services and the American Red Cross are in contact with local officials to support those in need of shelter.
-TN Department of the Environment and Conservation is monitoring power outages and assessing storm impact to water and waste-water treatment facilities.
– Tennessee Emergency Management Agency will remain in contact with local emergency managers to ensure needs are met.