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Flooding closes several roads in Davidson County

Posted: 3:05 PM, Feb 20, 2019
Updated: 2019-02-21 04:51:33Z
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NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WTVF) — Roads and creeks flooded in Nashville and Davidson County after a massive amount of rain fell Tuesday night into Wednesday morning.

Old Glenrose Ave off of East Thompson Lane was closed due to the creek rising out of its banks and flooding the road.

Several other roads were closed due to rising waters:

  • Culbertson Road/ Nolensville Road
  • Culbertson Road/ Nolensville Road
  • Nolensville Road / Bluff Road
  • Granada Avenue / Apex Street
  • Granada Avenue / Apex Street
  • Newsom Station Road/ Merrymount Drive
  • Officials said the following roads are expected to be closed overnight due to water still rising:
  • Granada Avenue / Apex Street
  • Glenrose Avenue at Old Glenrose Avenue
  • Newsom Station Road/ Merrymount Drive

Mill Creek also rose out of its banks and caused some debris to pile up. Officials urged drivers not to cross high water on roads and to avoid driving around debris or barriers.
and clear out any storm drains on your property if you're able to do so.

People living in the Nations took extra precautions during the flash flood warnings.

“This morning I was basically out here watching my house get flooded again” said Jacob Nance.

Nance says he has resorted to using bags of dirt and sand bags to keep the flood water from creeping inside his home.