According to Northwest Tennessee Disaster Services, anyone wanting to volunteer can visit www.togetherforall.org and select "become a volunteer." Donations can be sent to: NTDS, PO Box 1458, Union City, TN 38281 or call (731) 592-3947.Flooding in Holcomb, Mo.
Holcomb Mayor Max Clark say the “19 ditch” started backing up in sheds and houses after storms swept through the Heartland Sunday and Monday. The National Guard has been brought in to evacuate one house. Water is still rising in town, but it has slowed down tremendously.
Mayor Clark says they are praying the water stops rising Tuesday night. If it does, he thinks the town will be OK.
The water is 8 to 12 feet deep on the edge of town. Most of the town is built up high enough that it’s not affecting any other homes
The National Guard is patrolling the St. Francois River levee to ensure there are no breaches, sand boils, etc.
Mayor Clark said the “old timers” in town say this is the highest they’ve seen the water in 30-35 years.Donation drive in Poplar Bluff for Arkansas tornado victims
Fulton County officials reported damage to a home and a church, according to Kentucky Emergency Management. The Paducah National Weather Service will evaluate the damage Tuesday and determine if the damage was the result of a tornado.
Home destroyed in Cape Girardeau County
A trailer home off of Hwy. 177 near Proctor and Gamble was destroyed when a tree fell on the home Sunday night during severe weather.
It happened at 210 Lindsey Lane in Jackson at lot 220.
Dewayne Clark say he and his wife were in bed when a tree fell onto the back and side of the trailer.
A big tree branch fell about two feet from the Claker and his wife's bed and close to their 5-month-old baby's crib.
Another daughter, 3, was in the home.