News4 checking in with officials across Middle Tennessee to find out which conditions are like heavy rain continues to cause flooding in many areas.
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NASHVILLE / DAVIDSON COUNTY
No water flow or street sugar has been reported at this time.
Only four roads are closed at this time, mainly in Wartrace and Unionville areas.
Pond Creek Road is closed down at this time. No water rescue reported.
A hike takes place in the 1500s Hillsboro Viola Road near Highway 127. An older woman and a child are rescued after water from a crowded eel reached their trailer. 19659064] Shelter opens for flood evacuees in Coffee County
No water rescue or evacuation overnight. No road extinguisher yet, but officials monitor conditions in known problem areas.
An adult and three children were rescued from their home on Alf Harris Road overnight. A power near the home was crowded and is now almost inside the home. The Giles County Fire Department and rescue team rescued the group, all of whom are said to be OK.
Side streets near the Duck River are closed. Officials say no one needs to be rescued, but they are watching the Duck River.
Centerville River Park has flooded. The park is right along the Duck River and is next to two schools. The water is in the field there, but does not threaten the schools at this time.
No water saves or evacuates overnight. No road closures.
No water rescue or evacuation overnight. No road extinguisher.
More than 100 low-lying bridges near rivers, streams and rivers have at least 1 inch of water above them. Mt. Arrat Road and Burline Lane are major problem areas.
Click here to follow updates from Lawrence County Fire & Rescue.
Crews have evacuated at least 10 homes in Fayetteville. Elk River, Little Norris Creek and Norris Creek have risen out of their banks.
A News4 viewer sent in these pictures of floods along the Terrapin Branch Road in Mt. Pleasant.
This is from Terrapin Branch Rd in Mt Pleasant pic.twitter.com/dqGlBVBWpQ
– Avery Hickman (@ AVO_16) February 23, 2019
Crews were involved In several water rescue on Friday due to drivers crossing flooded roads. No injuries were reported.
Water threatens several homes between Lewisburg and Chapel Hill because of Rock Creek and Duck River. It's about. 15 roads that are currently impermeable. Another 15 to 20 roads have water or dirt on them.
No problems so far with the Cumberland River, which is raised but not out of its banks yet. No water saves or people stranded from floods.
EMA director confirmed 10 people have been evacuated from Turkey Creek Church Road due to flood. Small streams that feed to Tim's Ford Dam, leaving in the area. There are 20 or more roads closed at this time.
Two cars stood in the water at Cypress Creek Road near Teagues Gravel Road near Blount Landing Road near Cypress Creek Marina.
Lost Creek and the Russel Creek areas both have high and over some waterways.
No water sprays or evacuations are reported overnight.
Murfreesboro Fire & Rescue reports Saint Andrews Drive between New Salem Highway and Veterans Parkway is closed.
The inhabitants of Kimbro Woods and Belle Haven are encouraged not to try to use Saint Andrews to leave the subdivisions.
St. Andrews from Hwy 99 to the Veterans Parkway is closed while the city's street ward pumps standing water at the entrance to Belle Haven Subdivision. @ cityofmborotn @BoroFireRescue pic.twitter.com/rwixvXFYeU
– PIO (@MboroPoliceDept) February 23, 2019
Flooding is threatens more homes in the Royal Glen subdivision. Click here for more information.
Sheriff's deputies ask residents to avoid putting you at risk or others at risk by staying away from flooded areas.
Closed roads are:
- Lower side of Nice's Mill Road
- Seminariej and rapeseed
- Mt. Vernon and Sulfur Springs Road.
- Raines Street and Withers Road to Hardee Road.
- Guy James Road by the bridge.
- Alford Road
Alert !!! Saint Andrews from New Salem to Veterans is closed. Residents of both Kimbro Woods and Belle Haven are encouraged not to try to use Saint Andrews to finish the subdivisions. Keep away from this area as Public Works employees work to lower the water level !!! pic.twitter.com/BarwoTxp7f
– MBoroFireRescue (@BoroFireRescue) February 23, 2019
@RCTNSheriff ask people to stay safe at home. Deputies found drivers at risk by ignoring road closures. We ask #TurnAroundDontDrown . People are also in danger of seeing eye. Be nice to take care of. pic.twitter.com/QK89imleLa
– RCTNSheriff (@RCTNSheriff) February 23, 2019
Rutherford County Fire & Rescue performed a mission around 7:00 am after a car drove through the barricade at Sulfur Springs Road.
– Rutherford County Fire Rescue (@RCFireRescue) February 23, 2019
- Bellwood Landing – Lake Area
- River Road – 190 for boat ramp
- Cub Creek Road – 395 to 495
- Commissary Hollow Road – 371 for boat ramp
- Lee Hollow Road – 490 to 639  Wildcat Creek Road – 473 to the county line
- Frank Earhart Road – 345 to 524
- Lewis Circle – 158 to 211
- Cumberland City – Dougherty Street on Highway 233 to McCrackin Street
No water flow or evacuation was reported overnight.
Floods reported around the Tennessee River in the Beechview area, which have exceeded their banks. No water saves overnight and no street closures.
Less than 10 roads have been closed due to flooding. No water rescue or evacuation overnight.
- 3rd Avenue – Centennial and 4th Avenue
- W Harpeth – Hunter Road
- Boyd Mill Pike – Old Hillsboro Road / Blazer Road
- Floyd Road – Old Hillsboro Road
- Old Natchez Trace – Temple Road / Lawrence Road
- 2089 Kidd Road – Whitney Park Drive / Fannvej
- W Harpeth Road – Sedberry Road / Hunter Road
- 2084 Wilson Pike
- Clovercroft Road – Bayhill Circle / Bayhill Circle  Moran Road – Boxwood Drive
Plant / park closures:
- Aspen Grove Park
- Bicentennial Park
- East flank Battlefield
- Fieldstone Farms Tunnels
No water rescue or evacuation overnight. Some road closures take place. Officials will publish a complete list later today. Bluebird Road in Lebanon remains a flood issue.
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