the Midstate. Matt Long, a 55-year-old pastor from Smith County, died on Saturday night at Vanderbilt University Medical Center . Doctors say the flu has killed 23 people in Nashville and surrounding counties this season. More than 500 people have
said Dr. Kathryn Dahir, with Vanderbilt University Medical Center . Folks at the highest risk for a vitamin D deficiency are those who don't go outside at all, such as people who are in the hospital or those living in a nursing home. If you are looking for
Creek Marina. They were trying to cut through it with a welding torch when they suffered minor burns. The were able to take themselves to the hospital for treatment. Copyright 2014 WSMV (Meredith Corporation). All rights reserved.
just touching the surface of the problem. "I know several people have bought oil for trucks, fuel. I know a nurse at the hospital has put her own money in fuel in an ambulance so that we could get somebody to Nashville," said EMT Richard Corkin
water to keep it from happening again. The homeowner was there when the home caught fire the first time and was taken to the hospital for chest pains. The fire is believed to have started in a back bedroom, and fire crews from three departments responded
inside the car, and one of them pulled out a gun, demanded his wallet and shot him twice in the leg. Medics took the man to the hospital . He is expected to survive. Copyright 2014 WSMV (Meredith Corporation). All rights reserved.
A jogger was taken to the hospital after being struck by a car in Murfreesboro on Tuesday morning ..... happened and stopped to help. The jogger wanted to be taken to the hospital , so they called 911. Dispatch says the jogger was able to
Hodge lying next to a dumpster. Emergency crews performed CPR on Hodge before transporting her to Vanderbilt University Medical Center , where she was pronounced dead. Police say they do not know why Hodge was at this location. Witnesses say they heard
Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses, on Todd Lane in Smyrna. Channel 4 News has learned two of the women have been released from the hospital and four others remain hospitalized Tuesday, suffering from injuries that include severe lacerations, broken bones and