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Terrifying moment three construction workers are seen riding out violent Nashville storm

Terrifying moment construction worker falls from a three-story home’s roof while his three screaming colleagues cling on for dear life during Nashville storm

  • Video shared by Tiffany Holt on Sunday shows the group of construction workers bracing for the intense storm 
  • Intense winds and big pieces of debris come flying towards the group of four, causing one of the workers to fall into the building 
  • Following the storm, Holt says that she and her husband asked the men if they were fine and needed any help
  • The developer working in the area said that the Boxwood drive neighborhood sits on a hill and harsher winds should be expected
  • They added that the employees walked away fine 

A wild video shows three construction workers holding onto the roof of a three-story building in Nashville after one of their colleagues fell into the structure.  

Video shared by Tiffany Holt on Sunday shows the group of construction workers bracing for the intense storm. 

Intense winds and big pieces of debris come flying towards the group of four, causing one of the workers to fall into the building.

 

But debris quickly blows one of the construction workers from the building

Video shared by Tiffany Holt on Sunday shows the group of construction workers bracing for the intense storm in Nashville

‘I’m worried about them,’ Holt can be heard saying in the video as she talks about how intense the storm is with her husband. 

Pieces of wood can be seen hitting the workers, but they just continue weathering the storm. 

‘They were screaming. All these houses here could hear the screams,’ Holt explained to WVLT. ‘Boards off the house started flying. Gutters and trees started splitting.’ 

Pieces of wood can be seen hitting the workers, but they just continue weathering the storm

Pieces of wood can be seen hitting the workers, but they just continue weathering the storm

'They were screaming. All these houses here could hear the screams,' Tiffany Holt explained. 'Boards off the house started flying. Gutters and trees started splitting'

‘They were screaming. All these houses here could hear the screams,’ Tiffany Holt explained. ‘Boards off the house started flying. Gutters and trees started splitting’

While the clip lasted just over a minute, Holt described the quickness in which the storm intensified as happening in a span of a couple seconds. 

‘It was like 15 seconds, and it happened so fast. I just wanted to make sure they were OK,’ she said. 

Following the storm, Holt says that she and her husband asked the men if they were fine and needed any help. She said that they were just wanting to quickly get home. 

The developer working in the area said that the Boxwood drive neighborhood sits on a hill and harsher winds should be expected. 

They said that the workers walked away fine.   

Following the storm, Holt says that she and her husband asked the men if they were fine and needed any help

Following the storm, Holt says that she and her husband asked the men if they were fine and needed any help

The developer working in the area said that the Boxwood drive neighborhood sits on a hill and harsher winds should be expected. He added that the workers are fine

The developer working in the area said that the Boxwood drive neighborhood sits on a hill and harsher winds should be expected. He added that the workers are fine



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