Providing food, water and shelter. Storms and tornadoes ravaged the midsection of America Saturday morning. For the people who live in the affected areas, their homes are leveled, memories buried and lives forever changed. People are devastated when they realize they have lost everything. Even if everyone in the family is safe, it can still take weeks, months or years before they readjust to their new "normal." Many families don't have a home to return to, clothes to wear, or food in their pantry. These people have to start a whole new life.
Support Victims of violence. Providing assistance to the 15 victims injured and families of the two victims killed during this tragedy. A gunman who killed a woman and wounded at least 14 other people at a western Tennessee Kroger before apparently killing himself this week. One victim was in surgery and another in the ICU on Thursday and, four of those patients were in critical condition.
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08/22/2021 Nashville, Tenn., Providing shelter, food and water. At least 14 people were dead and dozens more remained missing Sunday after record-shattering downpours areas of rural Tennessee and North Carolina. The area had received "about 20%-25% of the yearly rainfall total that this area sees in a year. There are reports of Humphreys County residents trapped in homes with water up to their necks. Waverly, Tennessee people watched from a bridge as their homes and cars were swept down a road. Hours later the floodwaters were gone, but the destruction was overwhelming. About 40 people are missing in Humphreys County.
The floods damaged homes making them unlivable and it may be months before people can return to their homes. We will provide these victims shelter, food and water. Tennessee flash flood killed at least 4 people. People were climbing trees and going into their attics to avoid the rising waters in their homes, the Fire Department rescued about 130 people from cars and homes. The fast-falling rain inundated several rivers, creeks and streams, forcing them to breach their banks. Moderate-to-major river flooding was ongoing across the region Sunday morning. The Cumberland River, which flows through downtown Nashville, was expected to reach its flood stage, which is 40 feet.
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