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These are the victims of the Middle Tennessee tornadoes

Posted at 12:04 PM, Mar 04, 2020

At least 24 people have died after tornadoes moved through Middle Tennessee early Tuesday morning. Eighteen of those victims were in Putnam County.


Five children are among the 18 victims of the catastrophic tornado that tore through Putnam County. Eighteen people are still missing. Wednesday morning, Putnam County authorities identified all of the victims:

Jessica Clark – 30s female
Amanda Cole – 34-year-old female
Hattie Collins – 3 to 4-year-old female
Dawson Curtis – 6 to 7-year-old female
Terry Curtis – 54-year-old male
Sawyer Kimberlin – 2 to 3-year-old male
Erin Kimberlin – female in her 30s
Todd Koehler – male in his 50s
Sue Koehler – female in her 50s
Patricia Lane – 67-year-old female
Leisha Littenberry – 28-year-old female
Harlan Marsh – 4 to 5-year-old male
Bridgette (Ann Marie) McCormick – 12 to 13-year-old female
Keith Selby – male
Cathy Selby – female
Jamie Smith – 30 to 35-year-old female
Stephanie Fields – a female in her 30s

If you're searching for a loved one, call the county help line at 931-646-4630.


In East Nashville, two deaths occurred near McFerrin Avenue. Police said Michael Dolfini, 36, and his girlfriend Albree Sexton, 33, were hit by debris as they were leaving Attaboy lounge, where Dolfini worked. Sexton was pronounced dead on scene and Dolfini died at the hospital.


Officials say 84-year-old James Eaton and 81-year-old Donna Eaton died in their home on Catalpa Drive. The third person killed was identified as 38-year-old Brandy Barker of Lebanon at a CEVA warehouse on Athletes Way North while working security.


A 67-year-old man was killed in Benton County. About 25 homes were damaged, with at least four destroyed on Ballard Road.

This story was originally published by Laken Bowles at WTVF.