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Downtown Flooding Floodwaters begin to recede downtown after one of the worst floods in history to hit Nashville.
Cleanup Has Begun Hoses are left on the ground in downtown Nashville on May 5, 2010.
Restoring the City Men raise an American flag in downtown Nashville on May 5, 2010, following the destructive storms.
Damaging Flood Waters The structure known as Ghost Ballet as well as LP Field following the severe storms in Nashville on May 5, 2010
Standing Water Floodwaters reach under a railroad bridge near downtown Nashville on May 5, 2010.
First Avenue Aftermath As the water slowly recedes, workers try and restore First Avenue in downtown Nashville.
Salvaging What's Left First Avenue is still partially underwater even several days after the torrential rainfall.
A View From Above Second Avenue The floodwaters have begun to recede, and parts of Second Avenue are still under water in Nashville on May 5, 2010.
Flooding Aftermath A view from downtown Nashville towards LP Field after the damaging floods
Clearing a Path for Drivers Police officers direct traffic after the floodwaters shut down several of the roadways in downtown Nashville.
First Avenue Picks Up the Pieces Parts of First Avenue are still under water after the damaging floods in downtown Nashville.
What's Left After the Storm Abandoned cars on 10th Avenue North near downtown Nashville on May 5, 2010
Nashville Skyline Following the Flood Downtown Nashville is working to restore the city following the damaging storms.
A Flooded Farmer's Market The Tennessee State Capitol building sits above a flooded Farmer's Market on May 5, 2010.
Flood Waters Aftermath The Cumberland River breached First Avenue following the violent storms.
What's Left Standing A car is submerged in floodwaters after the damaging storms in downtown Nashville.
Flood Aftermath Nashville's Unions Station can be seen in the distance above a flooded 10th Avenue North in Nashville on May 5, 2010.
Do Not Enter Yellow caution tape blocks off one of the entrances to the Schermerhorn Symphony Center in downtown Nashville on May 5, 2010.
Surrounded by Water The downtown train tracks are completely submerged in water following the flash floods in Nashville.
Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum As the water slowly recedes, workers try and drain what's left of the floodwaters in front of the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum on May 5, 2010.
Receding, But Still Under Water Parts of Second Avenue remain under water even several days after the damaging storm.
Damaging Results A car is submerged in water following the damaging storms near downtown Nashville.
A Lucky Few Condominiums on Rosa Parks Boulevard barely escape interior damage from the flood in Nashville.
What's Left Behind A doll floats in floodwater on Locklayer Street in Nashville on May 5, 2010.
Still Under Water Water fills Rosa Parks Boulevard and the surrounding area in downtown Nashville on May 5, 2010.
Finally, Water is Receding Water begins receding from the Nashville Farmer's Market on May 5, 2010.
Dollar General Near Downtown Another store in Nashville is filled with floodwater on May 5, 2010.
The Scene of a Heroic Rescue A woman was rescued by firefighters from this vehicle on Rosa Parks Boulevard in Nashville.
First Avenue From Afar Parts of First Avenue are partially under water after the damaging floods in downtown Nashville.
Flood Water Aftermath Areas of the downtown Nashville streets remain under water following the flash floods.