Here's another video from my neighbors a couple of hours west of us! There have been at least 28 deaths, hundreds if not thousands who have lost their homes, some are even going to lose their jobs since their places of business are gone. My niece, who is a lawyer for a large firm, can't get into her building due to the electrical system being under water. If you are a sports fan you will be interested in knowing that the Titans football stadium had water up to the 5th row of seats. If you are a country music fan, you will be interested to know that even some of the music star's homes have been flooded. In my last post I made sure that you saw the Opryland Hotel. Just imagine that kind of water in people's homes in towns all across middle and western TN, in MS, in Ky, and other SE states. I don't understand why the national media hasn't made a bigger deal out of this than they have! There is major devastation in this area. Tennessee is a beautiful state and as one of my commenters said, is so much more than just the Country Music Capital of the World.
I know several whose homes have been flooded, who can't go to work because their office buildings are flooded, who don't have flood insurance, & whose roads are closed.
The American Red Cross is there in force. I'm sure that if you wanted to help out in some way that you could make a donation to your local Red Cross Unit and specify that it be used in the flooded SEastern states.
I will get off this subject tomorrow, but I just felt like this message has to get out there!!!!
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