Four dead in Nashville as storms and record rainfall continue to batter southern United States

At least four people were killed and swift-water rescue crews plucked more than 130 people from cars, flats and homes as devastating storms continued to hammer the southern United States.An overnight deluge pounded parts of Tennessee with nine inches of rain. Nashville International Airport had recorded seven inches as of 5am on Sunday.“The rainfall we got yesterday and overnight made this one of the wettest 24-hour periods in Nashville’s history,” National Weather Service meteorologist Sam…

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