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"east nashville donelson" Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark
"From the Archives of the United States National Weather Service. The following is directly excerpted from reports of the nineteen eight Nashville Tornado. Quote. At historic Tornado outbreak of at least thirteen tornadoes struck Middle Tennessee on April Sixteenth nineteen ninety eight. Many of these tornadoes for strong or violent and tracked long distances, killing four people and injuring nearly one hundred people while causing hundreds of millions of dollars in damage, the most infamous tornado during outbreak struck downtown, Nashville, blowing out numerous windows and skyscrapers and causing the clubs, some older buildings. This tornado outbreak was unusual in several respects. The event lasted nearly the entire day with the first round of severe weather, beginning very early around four M, central standard time, and the second and more significant round of severe thunderstorms and tornadoes occurring during the afternoon and evening. The tornado went through downtown Nashville at three forty PM and on toward East Nashville Donelson and hermitage. The tornado blew out many windows on office buildings, the nationsbank office towers were one of the hardest hit buildings in Nashville thirty private airplanes were damaged at. Ford Airport. Thirty five buildings in downtown Nashville were red, tagged meaning these buildings were structurally unsound. At, least three hundred homes for damaged in East Nashville. Many homes lost a good part of their roofs. Trees were uprooted. Telephone Poles were knocked down. Saint Ann's Episcopal Church which is well over one hundred years old received major damage uprooted trees damaged roofs, too many homes with the story across Donelson Hermitage. Numerous windows were blown out at the Gaylord building and Donaldson. About half the trees that is over a thousand trees were blown down Andrew Jackson's home. The Hermitage. Mayor Phil Bredesen's close to downtown Nashville on Friday April seventeenth. Many workers had an unscheduled holiday. The downtown area was reopened Monday April twentieth. End Quote. Everyone knows a little something about Nashville the home of country and bluegrass northeast of Memphis. Where rock and roll and rhythm and blues were born, though both might claim it, it's Nashville that gets the title of Music City maybe more rhinestone than diamond of Tennessee a state. The name derived from the Cherokee town of Nasi. Nashville sits in the middle region of the state on rich soil. It's over five hundred square miles and one of the largest cities by land mass in the southeast. In terms of population Nashville proper is home over half a million little. Richard lived in Nashville for years holding as the Tennessee newspaper describes quote long residencies in the famed R&B. Clubs on Jefferson Street. There's Dolly Parton Justin Timberlake Young Buck Carrie underwood the list of stars who were from or who live in Nashville who can sometimes be spotted downtown where tour snapped pictures of the city's walk of fame. They seem unless. Online vacation guides are crowded with memorabilia shops to peruse restaurants serving Nashville hot chicken and links to book a seat at the Grand Ole opry your to download a map of music row. Nashville is also home to Tennessee. State University, Fisk University and Mary Medical College all three, historically black colleges and universities. The latter two were founded in the decade after the civil war, and there's also vanderbilt named after an American millionaire who provided its initial endowment. His name is all over town including the various vanderbilt medical facilities that serve the city. It's a music town, a college town, an everlasting tourist attraction and a city that's faced numerous natural disasters. Nashville has seen floods, a collapsed reservoir, tornadoes, fire and heat waves, blizzards and earthquakes when it comes to states of emergency. Nashville Tennessee has been host to more than its fair share of trouble. Nineteen Ninety eight was a particularly bad year. On April Fifteenth April sixteenth of that year, deadly Tornados swept through the southeast. Much of the damage was concentrated in Tennessee and Mississippi on April. Sixteen th at about five PM. Downtown Nashville was hit according to the Atlanta. Journal constitution quote. Tornado roared down music row, sending tourist, running for cover that tornado quote touchdown in Centennial Park before cutting a pack clean through downtown Nashville. The damage was extensive, uprooted trees, crushed power lines, residential homes government buildings. The AJC reported that the tornado even quote, rip the seal off the state flag. It hit retail stores Honky tonks in the football stadium where residents saw parts of the structure quote being tossed around. Let popsicle sticks. A reporter for the Tennessean described. The aftermath is chaotic lights down residents driving recklessly through intersections strewn with debris. At least one hundred people were injured, and one was killed a student from Vanderbilt University. Per the Jackson Sun he was quote crushed underneath the tree in centennial. Park according to the article, there had been no tornado siren to warn residents to take cover. All told Nashville face roughly seven million dollars worth of damage. Different media outlets gave varying totals for the cost in the number of injured, but they all agreed. The city was seriously impacted. A. State of emergency was declared the Boston. Globe reported that then Vice President Al Gore went down to Tennessee to view the aftermath. East Nashville, the hardest hit, saw massive recovery and cleanup efforts in the days following the storm. A twenty, thirteen Tennessee and retrospective recalls the former National Mayor Phil Gresson quote personally directed traffic as cleanup trucks rolled through. The destruction would take weeks to assess. Contain Andrew Perr. And, it wasn't limited to Nashville much of Tennessee, have been hit in the following weeks Tennessee. News was dominated by that storm. The repairs the stretched thin public services the first responders. And maybe that's why. One of the reasons why the body found in North Nashville just a few days before the tornadoes hit got so little press. That discovery came on Monday April thirteenth, nineteen ninety eight, a cool clear morning in Nashville. It was around eight am that someone called the police to report the? The collar lived on Mary Street. A. Dead End Road in North Nashville. The street runs up against interstate to sixty five where patchy woods meet the road barrier and back then there were a few vacant lots at the end of the road to so no direct neighbors where the street ran into the embankment. According to the Tennessean that particular spot was known as a convenient place to abandon strip cars. Mary Street was reportedly popular with sex workers to, and it wasn't unusual for residents to see cars on the street at all hours. Her, the Tennessean residents had heard a car early on the morning of the thirteenth at around five am nothing remarkable there as noted the streets traffic, but as the sun rose, it became evident that something happened left behind something burning. A crime stoppers bulletin published later that summer. A Mary Street residents saw a rolled up beige carpet at the end of her road..
"east nashville donelson" Discussed on The Lead with Jake Tapper
"Handling it. Specifically when it comes to the number of testing kits obviously. Cdc had difficulty coming up with an amicable testing kit. They have testing kits tens of thousands of them overseas in places like South Korea. What is the problem in the United States? And how concerned are you well? That's a multilateral question so I'll tell you the concern for me as an emergency physician who when I leave here tonight. I'm going to go to work. I'm going to see patients overnight in the emergency department and the good news is compared to the last time I had a chance to speak on. Cnn two days ago we have testing now we can send those locally here in Washington Washington DC. Our Department of Health has has that capability now and that's great. That's just a sign. That the the the trickle down the normal dissemination of testing from the CDC to our local health departments is is making progress. Now obviously the ideal situation will be when our own labs in our own hospitals can run those tests in two hours and giving the results just like a rapid strep test or a around the flu tests like we have right now. And that's coming where there's some delays. There's so many things that go into it. It's tough to say and if we're comparing it to another country is you know we have a certain standard of quality here and I think that we're also trying to make sure that our quality is as high as it can be quickly Trump today said the Obama administration made the decision on testing the turn out to be detrimental to what we're doing. We did that decision a few days ago. So testing can take place in a much more accurate in rapid fashion. Do you know anything about him. You start to say Jake. I don't know what he's referring to and clearly the FDA could have gotten ahead of that problem. You know go well at least a month ago in January right. They put the travel restriction in. And so you know that as many of saying that was time to prepare part of it is preparing the test kits and getting the regulatory situation in line for that and frankly I just don't know what the rule is that the referring to that Obama put in place. They might have put in place for a good reason and this needs to be adjusted. All right thanks so much. Dr Emmanuel and Dr Phillips Appreciate Your being here a controversial abortion case making its way to Supreme Court today why conservatives are accusing Chuck Schumer of threatening justices cavenaugh and Gorsuch and Schumer's response to those accusations. That's next the wait is over coming to H. L. N. All new episodes of forensic files follow the evidence and crack the case forensic foils to Sundays at ten only on H. L. N. Welcome to hop one game show. It's just hot sauces questions and eventually some hardware. It's possible for your eyeballs to sweat. Sean Evans hosts hot ones. The game show a new series on TV. I want to tell you I wanNA tell you cavanaugh. You have released the wind and you will pay the price in our national lead. Republicans are accusing Senate minority leader. Chuck Schumer threatening to conservative Supreme Court. Justices who heard a controversial abortion case this morning. Schumer spokesman says that Senator Schumer was just talking about political blowback for Republicans. All of this bigger picture is over. The debate about whether Louisiana can require doctors who perform abortions to have to have admitting privileges at nearby hospitals advocates for the law. Say It's meant to increase public safety critic saying it is a thinly veiled attempt to restrict abortion and if the Louisiana law takes effect. Only one doctor in the state would be able to perform abortions. I'm joined now by. Cnn's Joan Biskupic Joan four years ago. The Supreme Court struck down a similar law in taxes. Back Vans Justice Kennedy was on the court. He voted with the liberal majority. So why are they hearing the case? Now is it just because Kennedy's been replaced by a more conservative justice? Well that's certainly the backdrop but what brought it up immediately was the fact that a regional appeals court upheld the Louisiana Law minimizing the Supreme Court's. Two Thousand Sixteen decision in the Texas case which involved a very similar law so the justice is essentially had to take this case. Are they could've summarily reversed with the fifth circuit. Did but instead they took it up and certainly as you saw from the atmosphere at the Supreme Court today both sides are very anxious about what will happen with these two new trump appointees and the main discussion that went on in the courtroom over an hour worth of oral arguments was how different this Louisiana law possibly be from Texas and will the Supreme Court be in any kind of position to suddenly undermine its precedent from just four years ago and uphold this law if the Supreme Court rules in favor of the Louisiana Law. Does that set a table for a situation where basically states will be able to restrict and regulate abortion to the degree that it is essentially illegal or almost illegal undermining Roe v Wade okay. It would undermine Roe v Wade which is the nineteen seventy-three landmark that made abortion legal nationwide and undermine the nineteen ninety-two case. That re affirmed that but just so our viewers. Don't get the wrong idea. Abortion will not suddenly be illegal nationwide but this will be an invitation to more state regulations and right now the regulations were talking about are on physicians and clinics. What Could Happen. Is that states might try more ban type. Regulations that would outlaw abortion at certain points and that would become the ultimate test of Robie Wade right now. What's at stake is sort of access especially for poor women and women in rural areas? Who would have to travel so far to find a physician? Who would meet the kind of criteria? We're talking about In the Louisiana Law so it it has real world consequences. But it's not going to immediately overturn Roe v Wade and as you know well Jake. It's GONNA come down to Chief Justice John Roberts once Anthony Kennedy left the court in two thousand eighteen that middle position on abortion is the chiefs. And let me just tell you the chief? Justice has never in his life struck down an abortion regulation. This might be the first time or it might not be continued. Good Biscuit thank you so much appreciate it. A trail of destruction and tragedy in Tennessee. At least twenty four people are dead. Dozens more missing the latest details on the search and rescue efforts next day with us with a no-holds-barred election. Right around the corner. Take a look back at some of the most hard-fought presidential races throughout history the CNN original series race. The White House is bad for a brand new season Sundays. At nine international lead a desperate search is underway for at seventeen people. Still Missing in Tennessee. After a series of tornadoes ravaged parts of the Nashville area Tuesday morning at least twenty four people in the state have been confirmed at as CNN's Amera Walker reports mid the tragic loss. There are some harrowing tales of survival residents had a few minutes of warning before hunkering down in the storm by daylight. At least twenty four people killed in the deadliest day for Tornados in Tennessee. In seven years most those stating storm of my career an F. three twister tore through East Nashville Donelson and Mount Juliet with winds up to one hundred and sixty five miles per hour. A mother escaped with her five-year-old daughter and husband with only thirty seconds to spare her home badly damaged. There's been helping out them. Strangers people have never met before just just showing up to help us clean up and you can see inside this church. Winds ripped off bricks and opened up a whole Putnam County. Had the most storm related deaths of the eighteen dead. They're five were young children. This woman in Putnam County road out the storm with her four kids in a closet. You could feel like lift the house in shaking the House while we were in. You could feel the wind coming underneath the door. It was shaken everything in here and I thought for sure that it was just GonNa take the whole house up. Many people lost their homes including this newlywed couple. It kind of feels like it's all been taken from you and I mean we'll we'll we'll get back on our feet. Many more trying to pick up the pieces logan except the bedroom still standing but all the windows are blown out of it really been home for alone time. I guess we'll have to find own somewhere else now and take it really is a surreal feeling seeing these big chunks of homes Parts of the missing along with the tops of trees. I also do WANNA mention that it's been such a heartwarming experience for me and the crew Seeing neighbors helping neighbors all day long all the work that's being done in these neighborhoods. These are volunteers are helping to clean up the debris that is a generosity of resiliency of Tennessee. Back to you a walker. Thanks so much. Follow me on facebook. Instagram twitter edgy. Tapper you can tweet the show at the lead. Cnn Our coverage UNSEE and inconvenient right. Now thanks for watching..