Nashville & Surrounding Areas Suffering From Major Flooding – Donate To Nashville Red Cross


Nashville and its surrounding areas are suffering from major flooding. Several businesses and homes have been damaged and there have been fatalities from this storm.

This just in from a city press conference:

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Here is the latest information from Metro Davidson County officials, who held a press conference at 11:00 a.m. on Monday morning.

The Cumberland River is expected to crest at 51.5 feet at midday Monday. Flooding is expected to continue until Tuesday midday before the Cumberland River recedes. Areas impacted in Nashville include Riverfront Park and 1st Avenue, Metro Center and Opryland.
A full list of road closure is available at Nashville.gov.
Nashville’s Office of Emergency Management encourages residents to call (615) 862-8574 for help or questions related to the flooding.
The Nashville Red Cross is sheltering 1,000 residents in the Metro area, and will open new shelters as needed. For help call (615) 250-4250.

To make a donation to the Nashville Red Cross, please click HERE. Every little bit helps and it will take lots of time and money to get through this troubled time. Help save Music City and its surrounding areas.