NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WTVF) — As cleanup continues across Middle Tennessee, we're now able to see the path of damage caused by the tornadoes in Davidson County.
This map, put together by NewsChannel 5 Investigates, shows the damage level assessments Davidson County officials are doing. You can see where homes received minor damage, major damage, or were destroyed.
To pan or zoom in to specific areas of the map, please use the controls in the top-left corner of the map.
(NOTE: This may be easier to view on a desktop computer or tablet, or you may want to turn your phone sideways and refresh the page for ease of use.)
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