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FEMA is completing aerial preliminary damage assessments over Tennessee following the severe storms and floods. David Fine/FEMAThe city of Nashville expects damage from flooding that began as a result of more than 13 inches of rain to surpass the billion-dollar mark, despite the fact that assessments are still taking place.

That is according to Nashville Mayor Karl Dean, who stated in a release that the city “has identified [more than] $1.5 billion in property damage throughout Davidson County,” since the Cumberland River crested at 51 feet, which is 11 feet over flood stage.

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