Floodwater recedes after blocking several roads in Wilson County - WSMV News 4

Floodwater recedes after blocking several roads in Wilson County

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Bluebird Road is currently impassable due to flooding. (Source: Wilson County Sheriff's Office) Bluebird Road is currently impassable due to flooding. (Source: Wilson County Sheriff's Office)
LEBANON, TN (WSMV) -

Several roads were blocked by rising water in Wilson County on Wednesday morning after heavy rain pounded the Midstate overnight.

Water levels are expected to remain high throughout the morning as the runoff moves to creeks and streams.

Officials said Bluebird Road has reopened after being covered in water. Big Springs Road has washed out near Goshen Road due to flooding.

The following areas are expected to be impacted:

  • Dickerson Chapel Recreation Area
  • Lower Spring Creek
  • Sinking Creek (including Lebanon and the town square)
  • Hurricane Creek (including Cedars of Lebanon State Park)
  • Upper Spring Creek
  • Bartons Creek (including Lebanon)

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