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Lives were changed in the wee hours of the morning on March 3, 2020. A tornado struck Middle Tennessee and left its mark. After initial shock has dissipated it is still reported that about 47,800 people are without power in their homes, most residing in the Hermitage area according to Metro Nashville police department. Along with the greater Nashville area, Wilson County has around 17,000 without power, and Cumberland County has around 8,000. People are working around the clock to make sure these people can get back to their day to day lives, no matter the damages.

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