6 homes destroyed, now clean up begins for Montgomery County neighborhood

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CLARKSVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) – Four houses and 2 duplex homes were destroyed, and dozens of houses were damaged in the Farmington subdivision East of Clarksville.

Two people were injured and taken by ambulance to a local hospital.

The most severe damage was in the Holland Drive and Green Grove Way area.

“Crews are going house to house to find homeowners, assess damage and find out about injuries,” said Sandra Brandon, from the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office.

LifePoint Church opened its doors to people displaced by the storm. As many as 30 people, including families with children, went to the church for the night because their homes are damaged. The Red Cross is also at the church to assess the needs of people there.

The Sheriff’s Office also reports 75 cars were damaged at Hankook Tire, which is near the Farmington subdivision

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