Tornado Command Center in Horse Creek, TN (). Photo by rivertramper
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Tornado Command Center in Horse Creek, TN

Uploaded by: rivertramper

Friday April 29, 2011

Caption: People across the states do not know how my community which spanned from Greeneville to VA was hit during the tornado. 7 people lost their lives. Brick house was torn apart and bricks scattered for miles. We lost not only people but cattle, horses, old and new barns, people are displaced and shelters are still open. Road crew did an excellent job in cutting large trees from off the roads to get in and rescue the injured of over 180 people. Power line workers were and out in numbers picking up power lines from the street and restoring them to their original places. Power has been restored to many areas in just a few days.

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April 29, 2011 Photo Series

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About rivertramper

rivertramper

I live and manage 52 acres of land in beautiful NE TN just outside of downtown Erwin, TN. The cities you might recognize near me are Asheville, NC about 50 miles away. And Johnson City, TN which is about 18 miles away. As you will see from my pictures this area is absolutely beautiful and abounds with wild animals and scenic by nature. This land sits in a valley and is protected by the forces of nature. I also have Organic Brain Damage so I have taken to sharing my views of part of Erwin, TN via camera for I hardly get around by myself these days for my pain is strong and my memory weak along with so many other issues due to the disease itself. So, wunderland keeps me going on my land and the camera helps me share this area with you. Enjoy!

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