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The break will continue until at least midday when storms should be moving towards the Tennessee River.
Todd Polk, of Sumner County, likes to kayak the creek after a heavy rainfall when the water levels are high.
Sumner County saw what Mother Nature can do and how a man can make her impact that much worse.
Parts of Sumner County and neighboring Kentucky experienced severe flash flooding after several inches of rain fell.
Flooding in the neighborhood isn’t unusual when it rains, but seeing this much flooding is.
The water was so forceful that it caused a large buckle in the road, like a wave in the pavement.
While the water has receded now, employees say it was about 4 feet high and children had to escape through the windows.
Parts of Sumner County and Kentucky saw flash flooding after several inches of rain fell overnight Thursday into Friday.
Three school buses with children onboard became trapped in fast-rising floodwaters in Sumner County Friday morning.
Three school buses with children on board became trapped in floodwaters in Sumner County Friday morning.
This past April is the warmest on record with an average temperature of 65.9 degrees.
Sunday’s storms brought down a tree at the Stones River National Battlefield that could’ve been standing during the Civil War.
It’s been seven years since the historic May flood caused billions of dollars in damages to the city of Nashville.