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On May 3, 2010 the banks of the Cumberland River have overtaken downtown Nashville, Tennessee
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View from the Shelby Street Pedestrian Bridge over the flooded Cumberland River in Nashville, Tennessee. This panorama was shot Monday afternoon May 3, 2011 after 16"-20" of rain in 24 hours starting the afternoon of May 1, 2010. Unknown bystanders witness the crested banks. First Avenue, Second Avenue, and Third Avenue were underwater to the west and the NFL Tennessee Titan's Stadium had a reported 4 feet of water on the playing field to the east. The water rose a few more inches in the half hour I was up on the bridge. At that moment, the Cumberland River was at 52' above normal. 

Copyright: Ryan Stoney Photography
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Geüpload: 06/08/2011
Geüpdatet: 17/10/2014
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Tags: river; flood; nashville; bridge; titans; cumberland river; tennessee; panorama; spectator; muddy water; flood water; 2/3/2010; stadium; river-front-park
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