Photo Gallery: Tennessee Flood Update

Nashville Begins Recovery After Devastating Floods
Nashville Begins Recovery After Devastating Floods
NASHVILLE, TN - MAY 07: Guitars belonging to country music session veteran Chris Leuzinger are pulled from the city's largest musician equiptment storage faciltiy Soundcheck Nashville on May 7, 2010 in Nashville, Tennessee. Massive rainstorms caused at least 29 deaths and the Cumberland River to rise to highest level in over 70 years, flooding its banks. The floods are estimated to have caused at least one billion dollars worth of damage. (Photo by Jeff Gentner/Getty Images)
Nashville Begins Recovery After Devastating Floods
Nashville Begins Recovery After Devastating Floods
NASHVILLE, TN - MAY 07: Flooded equiptment belonging to the country music band Little Big Town sits in the city's largest musician equiptment storage faciltiy, Soundcheck Nashville, May 7, 2010 in Nashville, Tennessee. Massive rainstorms caused at least 29 deaths and the Cumberland River to rise to highest level in over 70 years, flooding its banks. The floods are estimated to have caused at least one billion dollars worth of damage. (Photo by Jeff Gentner/Getty Images)
Nashville Begins Recovery After Devastating Floods
Nashville Begins Recovery After Devastating Floods
NASHVILLE, TN - MAY 07: Brent Ware pulls a 1952 Gibson Les Paul valued at $100,000 from the city's largest musician equiptment storage faciltiy Soundcheck Nashville on May 7, 2010 in Nashville, Tennessee. Massive rainstorms caused at least 29 deaths and the Cumberland River to rise to highest level in over 70 years, flooding its banks. The floods are estimated to have caused at least one billion dollars worth of damage. (Photo by Jeff Gentner/Getty Images)
Massive Storms Wreak Havoc On Nashville
Massive Storms Wreak Havoc On Nashville
FRANKLIN, TN - MAY 06: Contractor Jimmy Johnson, right, pulls insulation from a flooded home on May 6, 2010 in Franklin, Tennessee. Massive rainstorms caused 10 deaths and the Cumberland River to flood its banks, rising to its highest level in over 70 years. (Photo by Jeff Gentner/Getty Images)
Nashville Begins Recovery After Devastating Floods
Nashville Begins Recovery After Devastating Floods
NASHVILLE, TN - MAY 07: Brent Ware pulls a Fender guitar from the city's largest musician equiptment storage faciltiy Soundcheck Nashville on May 7, 2010 in Nashville, Tennessee. Massive rainstorms caused at least 29 deaths and the Cumberland River to rise to highest level in over 70 years, flooding its banks. The floods are estimated to have caused at least one billion dollars worth of damage. (Photo by Jeff Gentner/Getty Images)
Nashville Begins Recovery After Devastating Floods
Nashville Begins Recovery After Devastating Floods
NASHVILLE, TN - MAY 07: Brent Ware pulls a 1952 Gibson Les Paul valued at $100,000 from the city's largest musician equiptment storage faciltiy Soundcheck Nashville on May 7, 2010 in Nashville, Tennessee. Massive rainstorms caused at least 29 deaths and the Cumberland River to rise to highest level in over 70 years, flooding its banks. The floods are estimated to have caused at least one billion dollars worth of damage. (Photo by Jeff Gentner/Getty Images)
Nashville Begins Recovery After Devastating Floods
Nashville Begins Recovery After Devastating Floods
NASHVILLE, TN - MAY 07: Guitars belonging to country music session veteran Chris Leuzinger are pulled from the city's largest musician equiptment storage faciltiy Soundcheck Nashville on May 7, 2010 in Nashville, Tennessee. Massive rainstorms caused at least 29 deaths and the Cumberland River to rise to highest level in over 70 years, flooding its banks. The floods are estimated to have caused at least one billion dollars worth of damage. (Photo by Jeff Gentner/Getty Images)
Massive Storms Wreak Havoc On Nashville
Massive Storms Wreak Havoc On Nashville
FRANKLIN, TN - MAY 06: A sign is posted in a yard in the sub-division called Cottonwood on May 6, 2010 in Franklin, Tennessee. Massive rainstorms caused 10 deaths and the Cumberland River to flood its banks, rising to its highest level in over 70 years. (Photo by Jeff Gentner/Getty Images)
Massive Storms Wreak Havoc On Nashville
Massive Storms Wreak Havoc On Nashville
FRANKLIN, TN - MAY 06: The high water flood mark is shown with dry mud on bushes behind a ten foot high basketball rim at a park on May 6, 2010 in Franklin, Tennessee. Massive rainstorms caused 10 deaths and the Cumberland River to flood its banks, rising to its highest level in over 70 years. (Photo by Jeff Gentner/Getty Images)
Nashville Begins Recovery After Devastating Floods
Nashville Begins Recovery After Devastating Floods
NASHVILLE, TN - MAY 07: Brent Ware pulls a 1952 Gibson Les Paul valued at $100,000 from the city's largest musician equiptment storage faciltiy Soundcheck Nashville on May 7, 2010 in Nashville, Tennessee. Massive rainstorms caused at least 29 deaths and the Cumberland River to rise to highest level in over 70 years, flooding its banks. The floods are estimated to have caused at least one billion dollars worth of damage. (Photo by Jeff Gentner/Getty Images)
Nashville Begins Recovery After Devastating Floods
Nashville Begins Recovery After Devastating Floods
NASHVILLE, TN - MAY 07: Ben Jumper owner of the city's largest musician equiptment storage faciltiy Soundcheck Nashville speaks to the press on May 7, 2010 in Nashville, Tennessee. Massive rainstorms caused at least 29 deaths and the Cumberland River to rise to highest level in over 70 years, flooding its banks. The floods are estimated to have caused at least one billion dollars worth of damage. (Photo by Jeff Gentner/Getty Images)
Massive Storms Wreak Havoc On Nashville
Massive Storms Wreak Havoc On Nashville
FRANKLIN, TN - MAY 06: A community meeting for flood victims is held by a FEMA official, center, in the sub-division Cottonwood on May 6, 2010 in Franklin, Tennessee. Massive rainstorms caused 10 deaths and the Cumberland River to flood its banks, rising to its highest level in over 70 years. (Photo by Jeff Gentner/Getty Images)
Massive Storms Wreak Havoc On Nashville
Massive Storms Wreak Havoc On Nashville
FRANKLIN, TN - MAY 06: Flood victims listen to a FEMA official at a community meeting in the sub-division Cottonwood on May 6, 2010 in Franklin, Tennessee. Massive rainstorms caused 10 deaths and the Cumberland River to flood its banks, rising to its highest level in over 70 years. (Photo by Jeff Gentner/Getty Images)
Massive Storms Wreak Havoc On Nashville
Massive Storms Wreak Havoc On Nashville
FRANKLIN, TN - MAY 06: A sign is posted in a yard in the sub-division called Cottonwood on May 6, 2010 in Franklin, Tennessee. Massive rainstorms caused 10 deaths and the Cumberland River to flood its banks, rising to its highest level in over 70 years. (Photo by Jeff Gentner/Getty Images)
Nashville Begins Recovery After Devastating Floods
Nashville Begins Recovery After Devastating Floods
NASHVILLE, TN - MAY 07: Flooded equiptment belonging to the country music band Little Big Town sits in the city's largest musician equiptment storage faciltiy, Soundcheck Nashville, May 7, 2010 in Nashville, Tennessee. Massive rainstorms caused at least 29 deaths and the Cumberland River to rise to highest level in over 70 years, flooding its banks. The floods are estimated to have caused at least one billion dollars worth of damage. (Photo by Jeff Gentner/Getty Images)
Nashville Begins Recovery After Devastating Floods
Nashville Begins Recovery After Devastating Floods
NASHVILLE, TN - MAY 07: Flooded equiptment belonging to the country music band Little Big Town sits in the city's largest musician equiptment storage faciltiy, Soundcheck Nashville, May 7, 2010 in Nashville, Tennessee. Massive rainstorms caused at least 29 deaths and the Cumberland River to rise to highest level in over 70 years, flooding its banks. The floods are estimated to have caused at least one billion dollars worth of damage. (Photo by Jeff Gentner/Getty Images)
Nashville Begins Recovery After Devastating Floods
Nashville Begins Recovery After Devastating Floods
NASHVILLE, TN - MAY 07: Flooded tour trucks belonging to country artist Toby Keith and Rascal Flatts (L) sit outside the city's largest musician equiptment storage faciltiy, Soundcheck Nashville, May 7, 2010 in Nashville, Tennessee. Massive rainstorms caused at least 29 deaths and the Cumberland River to rise to highest level in over 70 years, flooding its banks. The floods are estimated to have caused at least one billion dollars worth of damage. (Photo by Jeff Gentner/Getty Images)
Nashville Begins Recovery After Devastating Floods
Nashville Begins Recovery After Devastating Floods
NASHVILLE, TN - MAY 07: Flooded tour trucks belonging to country band Rascal Flatts sit outside the city's largest musician equiptment storage faciltiy Soundcheck Nashville on May 7, 2010 in Nashville, Tennessee. Massive rainstorms caused at least 29 deaths and the Cumberland River to rise to highest level in over 70 years, flooding its banks. The floods are estimated to have caused at least one billion dollars worth of damage. (Photo by Jeff Gentner/Getty Images)
Nashville Begins Recovery After Devastating Floods
Nashville Begins Recovery After Devastating Floods
NASHVILLE, TN - MAY 07: Muddy cars from flooding sit outside of the Knights Inn near downtown on May 7, 2010 in Nashville, Tennessee. Massive rainstorms caused at least 29 deaths and the Cumberland River to rise to highest level in over 70 years, flooding its banks. The floods are estimated to have caused at least one billion dollars worth of damage. (Photo by Jeff Gentner/Getty Images)
Nashville Begins Recovery After Devastating Floods
Nashville Begins Recovery After Devastating Floods
NASHVILLE, TN - MAY 07: Muddy cars from flooding sit outside of the Knights Inn near downtown on May 7, 2010 in Nashville, Tennessee. Massive rainstorms caused at least 29 deaths and the Cumberland River to rise to highest level in over 70 years, flooding its banks. The floods are estimated to have caused at least one billion dollars worth of damage. (Photo by Jeff Gentner/Getty Images)
Nashville Begins Recovery After Devastating Floods
Nashville Begins Recovery After Devastating Floods
NASHVILLE, TN - MAY 07: Flood clean-up outside the Knights Inn near downtown continues on May 7, 2010 in Nashville, Tennessee. Massive rainstorms caused at least 29 deaths and the Cumberland River to rise to highest level in over 70 years, flooding its banks. The floods are estimated to have caused at least one billion dollars worth of damage. (Photo by Jeff Gentner/Getty Images)
Nashville Begins Recovery After Devastating Floods
Nashville Begins Recovery After Devastating Floods
NASHVILLE, TN - MAY 07: A flood damaged room at the Knights Inn near downtown on May 7, 2010 in Nashville, Tennessee. Massive rainstorms caused at least 29 deaths and the Cumberland River to rise to highest level in over 70 years, flooding its banks. The floods are estimated to have caused at least one billion dollars worth of damage. (Photo by Jeff Gentner/Getty Images)
Nashville Begins Recovery After Devastating Floods
Nashville Begins Recovery After Devastating Floods
NASHVILLE, TN - MAY 07: Dead fish and trash outside of the Knights Inn near downtown May 7, 2010 in Nashville, Tennessee. Massive rainstorms caused at least 29 deaths and the Cumberland River to rise to highest level in over 70 years, flooding its banks. The floods are estimated to have caused at least one billion dollars worth of damage. (Photo by Jeff Gentner/Getty Images)
Nashville Begins Recovery After Devastating Floods
Nashville Begins Recovery After Devastating Floods
NASHVILLE, TN - MAY 07: A flood damaged room at the Knights Inn near downtown May 7, 2010 in Nashville, Tennessee. Massive rainstorms caused at least 29 deaths and the Cumberland River to rise to highest level in over 70 years, flooding its banks. The floods are estimated to have caused at least one billion dollars worth of damage. (Photo by Jeff Gentner/Getty Images)
Nashville Begins Recovery After Devastating Floods
Nashville Begins Recovery After Devastating Floods
NASHVILLE, TN - MAY 07: A flood damaged room at the Knights Inn near downtown on May 7, 2010 in Nashville, Tennessee. Massive rainstorms caused at least 29 deaths and the Cumberland River to rise to highest level in over 70 years, flooding its banks. The floods are estimated to have caused at least one billion dollars worth of damage. (Photo by Jeff Gentner/Getty Images)
Nashville Begins Recovery After Devastating Floods
Nashville Begins Recovery After Devastating Floods
NASHVILLE, TN - MAY 07: Josh Humphries hauls flooded wet carpet out of the Knights Inn near downtown on May 7, 2010 in Nashville, Tennessee. Massive rainstorms caused at least 29 deaths and the Cumberland River to rise to highest level in over 70 years, flooding its banks. The floods are estimated to have caused at least one billion dollars worth of damage. (Photo by Jeff Gentner/Getty Images)
Nashville Begins Recovery After Devastating Floods
Nashville Begins Recovery After Devastating Floods
NASHVILLE, TN - MAY 07: Josh Humphries hauls flooded wet carpet out of the Knights Inn near downtown May 7, 2010 in Nashville, Tennessee. Massive rainstorms caused at least 29 deaths and the Cumberland River to rise to highest level in over 70 years, flooding its banks. The floods are estimated to have caused at least one billion dollars worth of damage. (Photo by Jeff Gentner/Getty Images)
Nashville Begins Recovery After Devastating Floods
Nashville Begins Recovery After Devastating Floods
NASHVILLE, TN - MAY 07: Workers tear out soaked walls at the Knights Inn near downtown on May 7, 2010 in Nashville, Tennessee. Massive rainstorms caused at least 29 deaths and the Cumberland River to rise to highest level in over 70 years, flooding its banks. The floods are estimated to have caused at least one billion dollars worth of damage. (Photo by Jeff Gentner/Getty Images)
(Photo by Jeff Gentner/Getty Images)
Nashville Begins Recovery After Devastating Floods
NASHVILLE, TN - MAY 07: A worker hauls trash in the parking lot at the Knights Inn near downtown on May 7, 2010 in Nashville, Tennessee. Massive rainstorms caused at least 29 deaths and the Cumberland River to rise to highest level in over 70 years, flooding its banks. The floods are estimated to have caused at least one billion dollars worth of damage. (Photo by Jeff Gentner/Getty Images)
(Photo by Jeff Gentner/Getty Images)
Nashville Begins Recovery After Devastating Floods
Nashville Begins Recovery After Devastating Floods
NASHVILLE, TN - MAY 07: Muddy cars at the Knights Inn near downtown on May 7, 2010 in Nashville, Tennessee. Massive rainstorms caused at least 29 deaths and the Cumberland River to rise to highest level in over 70 years, flooding its banks. The floods are estimated to have caused at least one billion dollars worth of damage. (Photo by Jeff Gentner/Getty Images)
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