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Monday morning storm leaves path of destruction in Tullahoma; EMA cites “possible tornado”

Mini barns damaged Monday morning, Dec. 6, 2021. — Photo by Ken Algood

Coffee County Emergency Management Agency said that “a possible tornado” touched down on the North side of Tullahoma Monday morning.

Photos coming to Thunder Radio News show extensive damage, including toppled signs, downed trees and portions of roofs ripped from homes.

Coffee County EMA specifically states “the area from Ledford Mill Rd. to Short Springs Area.”

Tullahoma Utilities said that about 2,500 were without power at one point Monday morning, but much of that had been restored by afternoon. Some of the more heavily affected areas are Tara Estates, Marbury Road, Wanda Lane, Ridgewood, and Arnold Avenue. T

The National Weather Service issued a Tornado Warning for Coffee County shortly before 8 a.m. Monday morning, specifically for the Tullahoma area.

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Coffee County EMA tells Thunder Radio News that no injuries were reported.

Damage near the Raceway gas station, 2200 N. Jackson St., on Monday, Dec. 6, 2021. — Photo by Ken Algood

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