//Tennessee landslide sends 2 massive properties tumbling into rain-swollen river on video

Tennessee landslide sends 2 massive properties tumbling into rain-swollen river on video

A landslide despatched two massive properties plummeting into the rain-swollen Tennessee River over the weekend, video posted on Fb by an area hearth division confirmed, however thankfully, no one was reported harm.

One of many properties in Savannah, Tenn., a two-hour drive east of Memphis, made cracking and snapping sounds and confirmed sparks of electrical energy because it slid into the river.

Solely one of many two properties was occupied when the specter of a landslide turned imminent — and rescuers stated the owners evacuated forward of time.

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Inside an hour of the evacuation, the primary of the 2 properties collapsed Saturday evening, Fox 13 reported.

The second two-story residence plunged into the river mid-morning Sunday, the hearth division added.

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Two homes collapsed into the rain-swollen Tennessee River, the Hardin County Fire Department reported. Homeowners were evacuated from the first house and the second home was unoccupied, officials said. (Hardin County Fire Department)

Two properties collapsed into the rain-swollen Tennessee River, the Hardin County Fireplace Division reported. Householders had been evacuated from the primary home and the second residence was unoccupied, officers stated. (Hardin County Fireplace Division)

“Oh my God,” somebody was heard saying within the background.

Drone images shared by the division confirmed a big part of the riverfront often called Chalk Bluff had dropped off into the water, leaving a large number of particles. Contents of the properties had been unfold up and down the hillside.

The names of the owners had not been launched Sunday, reports stated.

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The collapse got here as the hearth division reported the river was at flood stage, following days of heavy rain throughout a lot of the southeastern U.S.

The rain has been blamed for a number of landslides involving rocks and dust over the previous week throughout North Carolina, West Virginia and Tennessee, McClatchy reported.