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Williamson County Assesses The Damage

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Fairview, Tenn .- At daylight firefighters, police officers, K-9 units, rescue crews and search teams ventured out to assesses the damage and search for those who need help in Williamson County.

Even though officials weren't quite sure what they would find once the storm was over. Members of one community knew that they would find the worst.

The neighbors of the Cold Water Road community in Williamson County said they are convinced a tornado tore through their neighborhood Tuesday night.

A woman claimed a house with a basement was shifted off its foundation and lifted in the air. Three or four family members that were in that house were taken to the hospital.

Williamson County has plenty of debris for crews to search through.

Those search and rescue crews have been stationed at Pinewood Heights Elementary School. The school has been serving as a command post.

According to officials, the storms destroyed 30 to 35 homes. No death have been reported for Williamson County. Although, two major injuries have been reported.

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