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Saturday, October 23, 2021
Home Soldiers from the 230th Engineer Battalion remove debris in Waverly, September 9th. More than 17 inches of rain caused flash floods that ravaged the Waverly community August 20th -21st, killing 20 people and damaging over 550 homes and businesses. (Staff Sgt. Timothy Cordeiro Tennessee National Guard Public Affairs) Soldiers from the 230th Engineer Battalion remove debris in Waverly, September 9th. More than 17 inches of rain caused flash floods that ravaged the Waverly community August 20th -21st, killing 20 people and damaging over 550 homes and businesses. (Staff Sgt. Timothy Cordeiro Tennessee National Guard Public Affairs)

Soldiers from the 230th Engineer Battalion remove debris in Waverly, September 9th. More than 17 inches of rain caused flash floods that ravaged the Waverly community August 20th -21st, killing 20 people and damaging over 550 homes and businesses. (Staff Sgt. Timothy Cordeiro Tennessee National Guard Public Affairs)

Soldiers from the 230th Engineer Battalion remove debris in Waverly, September 9th. More than 17 inches of rain caused flash floods that ravaged the Waverly community August 20th -21st, killing 20 people and damaging over 550 homes and businesses. (Staff Sgt. Timothy Cordeiro Tennessee National Guard Public Affairs)

Soldiers from the 230th Engineer Battalion remove debris in Waverly, September 9th. More than 17 inches of rain caused flash floods that ravaged the Waverly community August 20th -21st, killing 20 people and damaging over 550 homes and businesses. (Staff Sgt. Timothy Cordeiro Tennessee National Guard Public Affairs)

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