Floodwaters from the Cumberland River have left a skim of brown over much of downtown Nashville and at least a billion-dollar cleanup. Nearly a week after more than a foot of rain fell in Tennessee, concern is growing over the environmental impact of sewage and oil in the water. Some more remote areas are finding out they will be without tap water for months.
Tennessee Covered In River-Mud Glaze
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