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Chainsaw crew helping after EF1 tornado in Union City, TN

South of Union City, TN on Saturday (Source: Chris Conley) South of Union City, TN on Saturday (Source: Chris Conley)
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UNION CITY, TN (KFVS) -

Northwest Tennessee Disaster Services (NTDS) and Southern Baptist Chainsaw Crews are helping Union City residents with tree cutting on Old Dixie Road and Shawtown Road on Saturday, June 14.

This comes one week after an EF1 tornado ripped through the area.

If you need assistance, please notify a member of the chainsaw crew.

NTDS has assisted tornado victims with tarps, rakes, shovels, gloves, water and emotional support from trained volunteer counselors.

You can donate to NTDS by visiting www.togetherforall.org or by visiting their facebook page.

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