GALLERY: More Photos After Nashville’s Flood

Another collection of photos from the flood’s aftermath. Rob Gordon contributes.

See previous flood galleries from Nashville Public Radio here and here.

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Volunteers distributed water outside the Hadley Park Community Center near TSU Wednesday afternoon.

 

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The amphitheater between the state capitol and the farmer's market sat like a lake Wednesday, filled with standing water roughly 15 to 20 feet deep.

The amphitheater between the state capitol and the farmer’s market sat like a lake Wednesday, filled with standing water roughly 15 to 20 feet deep.

 

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Rosa Parks Boulevard stood like a river, still inundated between Jefferson and James Robertson on Wednesday.

Rosa Parks Boulevard stood like a river, still inundated between Jefferson and James Robertson on Wednesday.

 

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Ibrahim Family at Millwood Manor Apartments, May 6, 2010

Ibrahim Family at Millwood Manor Apartments, May 6, 2010

 

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Rob Gordon snapped photos around the state office buildings on Robertson.

Rob Gordon snapped photos around the state office buildings on Robertson.

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Unopened packages of food and snacks had washed out of the farmer's market.

Unopened packages of food and snacks had washed out of the farmer’s market.

 

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See previous flood galleries from Nashville Public Radio here and here.

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