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18 A 0 The SUNDAYJennesseanjDECEMBER 25,1988 7 Tornado touches down first in Rebel Meadows subdivision. 0Hits a home on Gray Fox I inn billinn nna man nri Destroys one hangar and six antique airplanes at White's Airport rn Flattens a strip of business offices; Brentwood Pointe condominium complex evacuated because of gas line leaks. 7 Four buildings on Mallory Station Road north of Moore's Lane heavilv damaaed bniiej niiiiiiy V4i iiiuii Ernest Rice. rl Causes damage to a Mormon church near Rice home. HI Home on Mallory Station Road, blown off foundation. (71 gl Causes heavy damage to three homes on Knox Valley Road LJ Rebel Meadows Lucy Graves Staff 1 Path of tornado I TJL Gen. George fc JsJ 1 1 Patton Dr. fuaahmtS. 4Davldson I si Gray 1 JjB X. I 10- r4H -v if ly 1 I .1 Here Is a list of those killed and Injured In the Williamson County tornado. Killed: Ernest Rice, 67, of Gray Fox Road In Franklin. Injured: Ann Rice, 66, the victim's wife. Marilyn Sheffield, 39, of Gainesville, the victim's daughter. Mary Britton, 54, of Franklin. Betty Thrasher, 45, of Brentwood. Lucy McLearen, 89, of College Grave, TN. James K. Deaton, 43, of Nashville. Diana Deaton, 37, of Nashville. it Twister victims i survey damage Hardy Britton surveys the rubble of the bedroom where his wife was sleeping, at left, when the tornado struck yes- terday morning. Britton's wife was blown through the bedroom window but received only minor injuries. Six antique airplanes, below left, litter the grounds of Frank White's private airport on Mallory Creek Road. The vintage airplanes and airport were called a complete loss. The owners of this house and car in the Brenthaven Subdi- )J vision, below, will return from a Christmas holiday in Florida to find a demolished home and a buried car. -V yV'. Staff photos by' itiiiii 111 -i-mi-nr i i.m.iiwi-i,.ii, nffi itii.m,. i aiiiara VoninsKi p.TH i r- Rick Musacchio Start DEBRIS A SAD REMINDER Debris is all that remains on the corner of Spencer through Williamson County shortly after 6 yesterday morning. Rice was killed when the house Creek and Gray Fox roads, where the home of Ernest Rice stood just before a tornado ripped collapsed.

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