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"Unbelievable": At Least 16 Dead, 51 Missing in Tennessee Flooding After Record Rainfall 📡@G3News: At least 16 people are dead and 51 are missing after middle Tennessee was hit with record rainfall Friday into Saturday morning. The flooding in the region caused cars to be tossed like toys and houses ripped off their foundations. In Humphreys County, 10 were killed and about 40 people remain missing, according to Rob Edwards, chief deputy with the Humphreys County Sheriff's Office. A preliminary rainfall total of 17.02 inches was measured at McEwen, Tennessee, Saturday, which would break the all-time 24 hour rainfall record for the state of Tennessee. The old record was 13.06 inches, recorded in Milan on Sept. 13, 1982. "We have power outages all over the area," Edwards said. "Complicating issues is the loss of all cell phone coverage from the major carriers. They are bringing in portable units to assist with communications. We have lost a lot of roads both rural and major highways. In my 28 years it's the worst I've ever seen it." 🔗SOURCE (https://abcnews.go.com/US/10-dead-dozens-missing-unbelievable-tennessee-flooding/story?id=79584226)
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