At Least 6 Dead in Clarksville, Tennessee Tornado

At Least 6 Dead in Clarksville, Tennessee Tornado

Arial view of Clarksville, Tennessee tornado damage

Here’s a stormchaser’s video –> Clarksville Tornado

Early news report –> Clarksville Tornado News

Another news report –> Clarksville Tornado News2

An EF-3 tornado ripped through Clarksville, Tennessee, a northern suburb of Nashville, on Saturday, December 9.  Six people are known dead, with many critical injuries and massive damage.  Wind speeds reached 150 miles per hour, knocking down power lines and destroying everything in its path.

Disaster Relief centers are opening up around Clarksville.  

If you are in need of assistance in or near Clarksville, here is a list of shelters, housing, food, etc.  –> Tornado help

EF-3 tornado in Clarksville, Tennessee

The Fellowship of Christian Farmers, International is gearing up for disaster relief in this area.  Our motorcoach is being prepared, along with chain saws, heavy equipment, and volunteers.  If you are interested in helping our brothers and sisters in Tennessee, contact the home office in Lexington, Illinois at 309-365-8710, or call Executive Director Dennis Schlagel at 309-530-7004.  Area Leader Mike Weaver is our main man in the field for disasters, and can be reached at 618-499-1386.

Christmas is not a good time to endure this damage.  Pray for those who need help.

Lots of residents in and around Clarksville will be having a tough time this Christmas.  A donation to the Fellowship of Christian Farmers will help those in need of disaster relief.  Your donation pays for disaster relief crew supplies, like fencing materials for farms and ranches, food, water, and fuel for the crews, as well as Christian ministry.  Visit to help.  Thanks for your support!