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Tornado damage from April 7, 2006.

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Tornado Tracks from April 7, 2006

Damage Summary from April 7, 2006

Cheatham County

West of Ashland City -- Aerial view shows the convergent pattern of trees uprooted by the tornado. Note the direction of the root balls on the top vs. the bottom of the picture.

Trees uprooted along North Main Street in Ashland City.

Communications tower blown down behind Centennial Medical Center in Ashland City.

Davidson County

Extensive damage to the South end of the Metro Baptist Church in Goodlettsville.

Many small homes in West Goodlettsville were completely destroyed.

Several businesses just West of I-65 in Goodlettsville were demolished.

Dickson County

Maple Valley Road NE of Charlotte -- Three mobile homes were thrown into each other and demolished.

Grocery store on Hwy. 49 near Bellsburg.

One story brick home off Hwy. 49 near Bellsburg. The vehicle (which was parked approximately 50 feet from the house) was thrown into the basement.

The home was ripped from it's foundation and thrown 100+ yards into the woods. Some of the remains are visible in the distance.

Sumner County

Debris field from several homes in West Gallatin.

Home destroyed in East Gallatin.

Only interior walls left standing in home in East Gallatin

Lee Electric Supply near Hwy. 109 in Gallatin. There was one fatality at this location.

Car dealership on Nashville Pike across from Volunteer State Community College.

Homes destroyed near Anderson Lane between Hendersonville and Gallatin.

Debris path near Browns Lane in Gallatin.

Continuation of debris path near Browns Lane. There were three fatalities at this location.

Homes destroyed near Peach Valley Road in South Gallatin.

Piece of lumber passed completely through door of vehicle into seat.

Warren County

Two mobile homes destroyed in north Warren County near West Green Hill Road. There were two fatalities at this location.

Remains of mobile home on East Green Hill Road.

Severely damaged home on East Green Hill Road.

Dairy farm on Caney Branch Road in SW Warren County.