Want to help after the Middle Tennessee tornadoes? Need help? Here’s where to turn.
As recovery begins in Middle Tennessee after the deadly tornadoes Saturday, WPLN News has compiled this list of places offering resources for those affected and ways to contribute time and money for those who want to help.
For Nashvillians who don’t speak English or Spanish, severe weather alerts come with a language barrier
During severe weather, like the tornadoes that tore through Middle Tennessee on Dec. 9, everybody needs timely information about where the storm is and when to take shelter. But in Nashville, where dozens of languages are spoken, access to that information isn’t guaranteed.
The most powerful Tennessee tornado reached 150 mph. Days later, thousands remain without power.
About 13,000 people are still without power across Tennessee. Storm surveyors have confirmed tornadoes of EF-2 and EF-3 intensity.