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McNairy County Continues to Recover from Another Round of Severe Weather

MCNAIRY COUNTY, Tenn. - Yesterday’s severe weather hit McNairy County again, leaving more weather damage to recover from.

Destroyed homes, fallen trees, and damaged power lines are all over Rose Creek Road in Selmer, Tennessee.

Last night’s thunderstorms and heavy winds have greatly impacted Rose Creek Road and other parts of Selmer.

McNairy County emergency crews have been hard at work since Friday night and are still working throughout the county.

Overturned power lines are lining the road, and uprooted trees are causing road hazards.

Crews are repairing lines, cleaning up branches and debris, and helping community members who may have lost their homes.

McNairy County has been under a flash flood warning and thunderstorm watch today.

The community and crews have been alert for more dangerous weather.

The National Weather Service reports more storms are expected throughout tonight until early morning tomorrow.

If you or a loved one are in a severe weather emergency, you can call the National Disaster Distress hotline at 1-800-985-5990.

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