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Lincoln, bordering counties, to get federal aid for tornado, flooding damage

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A tornado swept through Lincoln County on April 28, destroying South Lincoln Elementary School. A tornado swept through Lincoln County on April 28, destroying South Lincoln Elementary School.

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - A disaster declaration has been granted for Lincoln County and its bordering counties for flooding and tornado damage last month.

The declaration includes Bedford, Franklin, Giles, Lincoln, Marshall and Moore counties in Tennessee. Homeowners and businesses affected by the bad weather will be eligible for low-interest federal loans.

On April 28, Tennessee experienced an outbreak of severe storms producing heavy rain, hail and damaging winds.

A tornado touched down in Lincoln County striking several homes and South Lincoln Elementary School. The tornado killed two people and injured six more.

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