March 28, 2009 Tornadoes
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EF1 Ashland City Tornado
Counties: Cheatham
Time: 5:38 PM - 5:47 PM CDT
EF Scale: EF-1
Wind Speed Estimate: 100 MPH
Damage Path Length: 5.00 Miles
Damage Path Width: 100 Yards
Fatalities: 0
Injuries: 0

Damage:

(from March 2009 Storm Data) Tornado began along State Highway 249, about two miles northeast of Ashland City, and continued for five miles along Highway 249 to just north of Mount Zion. Numerous hardwood trees were either snapped off or were completely uprooted along the path, one modular home was destroyed on Rob Newman Road, and three other homes were significantly damaged on Bearwallow Road and Bennett Road. Winds were estimated at around 100 mph.

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EF1 Murfreesboro Tornado
Counties: Rutherford
Time: 6:00 PM - 6:10 PM CDT
EF Scale: EF-1
Wind Speed Estimate: 90 MPH
Damage Path Length: 1.00 Miles
Damage Path Width: 50 Yards
Fatalities: 0
Injuries: 3

Damage:

(from March 2009 Storm Data) The tornado touchdown near Scott Street and caused some damage to businesses there, and continued across broad street where it caused significant damage to shops in the Jackson Heights Mall, especially a bank and a movie theater, were several people experienced minor injuries. Several vechiles in the parking lot were also damaged. The tornado also caused major damage to the Boys and Girls Club located on Jones Boulevard. Numerous trees and power lines along with minor structural damage was observed to homes north of Lokey Avenue, and there was some structural damage to businesses on Memorial Boulevard near Clark Boulevard. Maximum winds were estimated at 90 mph. Damage was estimated at $4,409,800.

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