NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) – Storm-related damage is being reported in Middle Tennessee after strong storms moved across the region late Friday night into early Saturday morning.
The WKRN News 2 Weather Authority tracked the storm threat as multiple counties were placed under tornado warnings and faced damaging winds.
Early Saturday morning, the National Weather Service began confirming damage being reported across the Middle Tennessee area.
Officials with the Kittrell Volunteer Fire Department say multiple homes are damaged, and one home has collapsed on Readyville Street.
Crews closed about half-a-mile of Bunkerhill Road in Eagleville due to multiple down trees. It is unknown when the roadway will reopen.
Residents are being urged to avoid several roadways due to downed trees and power lines.
In Readyville, there are reports stating that residents have lost garages, parts of their roof and trees are downed in the 1000 block of Old Woodbury Pike.
Rutherford County EMA responded to several severe-weather related calls early Saturday morning. To get a full list of road closures and damage that has been reported across the county, click here.
Recent reports provided by the National Weather Service shows that several homes in Hohenwald received significant damage, specifically in the 2100 block of Buffalo Road.
The National Weather Service received reports that a train derailed in Holts Corner, located in the northern part of the county.
According to Marshall County Sheriff’s Office , the train stopped as severe storms moved through the area. However, strong winds were able to flip five train cars over. No injuries have been reported.
Homes also sustained damage on Beasley Road, according to damage reports.
White County officials are advising that multiple power lines, utility poles and trees are down near Milk Plant Road.
On Saturday, the Nashville Weather Service stated that crews will be surveying damage from potential tornadoes that likely struck many counties in Middle Tennessee overnight, including Wayne, Lewis, Marshall, Rutherford, Cannon, and Macon counties.
Due to the widespread damage, it will likely take crews several days to reach all areas.
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