Aftermath in East NashvilleTony GonzalezWPLN NewsShare:WPLN News reporters visited some of the tornado-damaged neighborhoods in Nashville, Mt. Juliet and Putnam County throughout the day. Here are some of their photos. Woodland Street Near the intersection of Jefferson St. and Rosa Parks in North Nashville 11th Avenue in East Nashville Tornadoes damaged many homes and businesses across Middle Tennessee, like this on Rosa Parks Boulevard in Nashville’s Germantown neighborhood. Liberty Christian Bible Church in East Nashville’s historic Lockeland Springs neighborhood. A home in North Nashville, near the North Branch library, is destroyed. 17th and Fatherland in Lockeland Springs neighborhood in East Nashville Lockeland Springs in East Nashville, after the storm The tornado ripped away siding and shingles from historic homes in East Nashville Main Street near Five Points, in East Nashville Businesses damaged in East Nashville Burger Up, near Five Points in East Nashville In front of Beyond The Edge sports bar in Five Points A greenhouse in East Nashville The historic building that houses Music City Cleaners, in Germantown, is hardly recognizable in its post-tornado state. Aftermath in East Nashville Mayor Cooper at the Nashville Farmer’s Market Damage in Mt. Juliet Near West Wilson Middle School in Mt Juliet 82-year old Donald Vickers of Mt. Juliet Near West Wilson Middle School in Mt Juliet Major damage at Holly and S. 15th streets in East Nashville. Major damage along S. 15th Street in East Nashville. S. 15th Street in East Nashville. A helicopter surveys East Nashville storm damage on Tuesday, March 3. Major damage on S. 15th Street in East Nashville. A tree crushed a car in the 400 block of S. 17th Street in East Nashville. Liberty Christian Bible Church took on heavy damage in East Nashville on Tuesday. Trees and power lines fell along Fatherland Street in East Nashville. Some of the worst damage in East Nashville hit around Russell and S. 18th streets. Terri McWilliams of Double Spring in Putnam County rose out the storm in the basement as her house collapsed. Some of the worst damage in East Nashville hit around Russell and S. 18th streets. In Putnam County, families are picking up debris, but many are lost at where to start. Robert Churchwell Museum Magnet Elementary School A home in North Nashville near Fisk University was one of nearly 400 to be destroyed in Davidson County in the storms that swept through the area on Tuesday. Monroe Street in Germantown Monroe Street in Germantown Monroe Street in Germantown Germantown area in North Nashville Monroe Street Jefferson Street in North Nashville Germantown Five Points BoomBozz near Five Points The Basement East was one of the music venues affected by the March 3 tornadoes. In Putnam County, Aubrey Owen’s house collapsed on top of her this morning. So she was pretty pumped when she found her prom dress wrapped around a fence post. And it’s not even that muddy!