Updated By Ken Nicholson, Host/Producer - bio | email
CHATTANOOGA (WRCB) - The death toll in the Channel 3 viewing area and neighboring northeast Alabama is now at 73.
Apison- 8 deaths, 28 severely injured
Bates Road: Mary Hullander-Raper Bob Raper Donald Christian Dorothy Christian
Clonts Road: Jo Ann Darnell Adam Carroll Joshua Poe Brenda Prescott
Ringgold- 8 deaths and 30 severely injured
Chelsea Black, 16
Cody Black, 21
Pamela Black, 46
Christopher Black, 47
Jack Estep, 61
Robert Jones, 47
Rhea McClannahan, 86
Holly Readus, 26
Bradley County- 9 deaths, "many severely injured"
Kandice Setterfield, 512 Blue Springs Lane Evelyn Johnson, Leadmine Valley Road and Kelley Robert King, age 78, Old Alabama Road Lisa Pack, area of 1823 Leadmine Valley Road Tami Glasgow, Hall Norwood and Blue Springs Road, a resident of Michigan Chase Glasgow, 3 months old, Hall Norwood and Blue Springs Road Rhonda Smith, 200 Gentry Lane Tommy Evans, Old Powerline Lane Eva Catlett, of Cleveland
Chattanooga- 1 death
Trenton- 2 deaths
Sequatchie County- 1 death
Bledsoe County - 4 deaths
Deborah Gibbs Fox, of Graysville Harold Hudson Fox, of Graysville Patricia Thompson, of Graysville Loretta Winters Bellos, of Graysville
Jackson County, AL- 8 deaths
DeKalb County, AL - 32 Deaths, 100+ injured
Three University of Alabama students who died in Tuscaloosa storms on Wednesday are from Jackson County. Two were from Bryant, and one was from Pisgah.
A woman from Chickamauga, Janie Shannon, was killed in the storms in Higdon Alabama.
Channel 3 wants to remember all victims of these storms. If you have names or photos of anyone not mentioned here, please email them to email@example.com.
Red Cross has established a website to help families reunite after damage: