As of Wednesday night, multiple roads in downtown Nashville are currently closed due to flooding. Firefighters estimate five to six inches fell between Tuesday and Wednesday causing 45 to 50 people to evacuate their homes while waters rose.
"There are other roads that are flooded that are impassable for a while because once the water goes down here, it still has to go away from those areas too," Nashville Fire Chief Chris Joyner said.
Earlier on Wednesday, a couple in Nash County was rescued when their vehicle was swept off the road into the woods.
Photos posted by the Nash County Sheriff's Office showed crews walking someone to safety on a road with water ponding on each side. The rescue happened near Seven Paths Road close to Spring Hope.
Only six inches of the car's roof was visible in Turkey Creek when the rescue was made, according to the sheriff's office.
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Nash County was one of several counties under a Flash Flood Warning on Wednesday. ABC11 cameras caught trees and powerlines down near the Nash/Franklin County line.
A new flash flood warning is in effect for Person, Granville, Vance, Halifax, Nash, and Franklin county until 12:15pm. Up to 3 inches of rain has already fallen in this area. Turn around if you encounter flooded roads. pic.twitter.com/QzJB0TKiTr— Brittany Bell (@BrittanyABC11) June 17, 2020