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National Weather Service Discusses
Fatal Storms of Apr. 27-28

Published: 10:04 AM, 07/20/2011


The mountains of Southern Greene County could have played a role in the deadly tornadoes that pulled through the county on Apr. 27-28. That's what National Weather Service experts told attendees at a public briefing at Carson Newman College in Jefferson City on July 18, 2011. The five tornadoes that touched down in Greene County killed seven people in the Camp Creek and Horse Creek areas, areas that are often known for heavy winds but not tornadoes. Video by Brian Cutshall.
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