Tennessee Department of Transportation
May 2, 2010 by Post Team
Tennessee Department of Transportation:Tennessee, 02 May (NEWS THAINDIAN) the Tennessee Department of Transportation saw a massive storm alter the configuration of the entire city which also saw five killings. Following rainfall levels 10 inches according to official records, the emergency services were deployed to ensure alternative routes of escape for every one could be chalked out. Swift water boat became the only means of transportation that brought people from the water logged places to safe havens.
The Williamson County officials had no official records on the total number of deaths caused by the flood. Three murders occurred when their vehicles were stopped because of the way of flooding back on Interstate 24 near Bell Road. Fork Leiper also cited a death due to heavy flooding.
Dover witnessed a similar murder due to flooding, when a truck was upset due to flooding. Jeremy Heidt, who happens to be the chief spokesman for the Agency for the Tennessee Emergency Management, said the three nations have issued request to supply water fast boats to facilitate rescue operations. The chambers of the Tennessee Department of Transportation reported massive disorder Interstate 24 a few miles outside of Bell Road. The Tennessee Highway Patrol had blocked off Interstate 24, along with two Rutherford and Davidson. After rescue officials also blocked by Interstate 65 on the way back to Cool Springs in Williamson County. Hickman and Dickson also witnessed similar closures. Downtown was strongly affected Lebanon with 550 riders in the tour beached Brush Creek flood as fell to the bottom in the floods.
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