Four workers have been injured in a roof collapse at a new subdivision in Mt. Juliet.
The incident happened around 9:45 a.m. Wednesday in the Jackson Hills Subdivision, located just south of Mt. Juliet High School on Vanner Road.
Officials with Mt. Juliet Police said the workers were hanging beams when one somehow came loose, knocking the rest down.
The home was currently under construction.
Three were transported from the scene with what police called serious injuries. The full extent of their injuries was unknown.
One worker was treated at the scene. Another was taken to Vanderbilt University Medical Center and two others were taken to TriStar Summit Medical Center.
No additional details were available.