These images were provided by Patti Harman, FCNews columnist and editor in chief of Restoration Industry Association magazine. Check back for more information about these images in her column on fcnews.net “Clean Sweep: Disaster up close.”
Royal Plus is working at the Schermerhorn Symphony Center and that’s an aerial view of their command center and some of their equipment. The Center suffered extensive flooding and the $4 million pipe organ was one of the items damaged. It spans 4 stories and the organ itself was on the bottom floor in the basement, so it suffered the most damage.
Rock Harbor Condos is one of the storage spaces (an 8-foot crawl space) impacted by flooding from the Cumberland River adjacent to the apartments. The river surged 12 feet over the banks.
Belfor food tent. That is part of their command center and the equipment trailers at the Opry Mills Mall, which is adjacent to Opryland.
Flood debris pile high at one of the separation stations.
River mills is a townhome community. Owners and volunteers piled up the flooded debris along the side of the road for FEMA or their contractors to pick up and take to one of the separation centers.