Severe weather closes some Middle Tennessee roads, parks

Sinkhole on I-24 (Courtesy: Kathryn Schulte, TDOT)

NASHVILLE,Tenn. (WKRN) – Some roads in Middle Tennessee are closed or damaged as of Friday 11 a.m. due to flooding and severe weather.

Overnight peak power outages hit 40,000 residents in Tennessee

The list will be updated as more closures come in and some roads open up.

Davidson County

  • Briggs Ave. from Old Hickory to Hewlett Dr.

Dickson County

Doug Hill Bridge (Courtesy: Dickson County EMA)
  • Doug Hill Bridge (Debris in roadway/damage)

Grundy County

  • Downed power lines on Monteagle Mountain in I-24 E shut down and diverted off exit 134. I-24 W shut down and diverted off exit 135.

Davidson County

  • All roads open

Sumner County

  • Flat Ridge/31 W-Tyree Springs Road
  • (Hendersonville) avoid 65S and consider using New Hope Rd. FYI, Drakes Creek on verge of spilling over at Stop 30.

Williamson County

  • Lewisburg Pike (US-431) between Thompson Alley and Eastern Flank Circle – just northwest of Eastern Flank Battlefield Park (Washed out- could be closed for up to a week)

Montgomery County

  • Sinkhole on I-24 E at mile-marker 9.5 (May take a couple of days to patch up)
  • North Clarksville parks: Clarksville Greenway, Billy Dunlop Park, Bel-Aire Park, Heritage Park, Barbara Johnson Park, Robert Clark Park, Burchett Park  and Sherwood Forest Park. Midtown/Downtown Parks: Coy Lacy Park, Trice Landing Park, Ashton Park, Dalewood Park, Burchwood Park, Crow Recreation Center
  • Liberty Park and McGregor Park were open at 11 a.m. Friday, but the department said it expected rising water to force closure of both later in the day