Tornado near Clarksville, Tennessee: Thousands without power

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Thousands are without power after a tornado touched down north of Clarksville near Tennessee’s border with Kentucky at about 1:35 p.m. on Saturday, according to the Clarksville Police Department.

Multiple people have been injured, and multiple structures have been destroyed, according to Montgomery County Government spokesperson Michelle Newell. Officials are actively searching homes for people who may be trapped or injured.

Clarksville Police, Clarksville Fire Rescue, and Montgomery County EMS are responding to numerous locations in north Clarksville due to extensive damage.

“I barely made it home with my family,” State Rep. Ronnie Glynn, D-Clarksville, shared in a social media post. “Please pray for Clarksville. Lots of destruction.”

Destruction from a tornado that touched down on Saturday afternoon is seen on Tiny Town Road in Clarksville, Tennessee.

Clarksville’s electric utility, CDE Lightband, reported 18,675 customers without power scattered across the Clarksville area, according to the company’s outage map. That’s about 23% of their customers without power.

Cumberland Electric Membership Corporation, another power company serving more rural areas in the affected counties reported 1,565 members without power.


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