A massive storm tore through the Southeast and parts of the Midwest Tuesday night and Wednesday, flipping cars on the interstate, demolishing homes and businesses, killing at least two people and leaving tens of thousands without power.
The National Weather Service reported that eight tornadoes touched down in Tennessee, with winds reaching 115 mph. The Red Cross was helping families in at least seven counties in the state, WSMV reports.
A 47-year-old man identified as Vernon Hartsell was killed in Nashville, Tenn., when a tree fell on a shed where he was sheltering from the storm, and separately, a man died in Adairsville, Ga., after a tree fell on his house, WSB-TV reports.
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