NASHVILLE, TN (WSMV) - A group of volunteer divers pulled more than 40 vehicles from Nashville's waterways this week.
The organization is known as Adventures With Purpose, cleans waterways and helps families find missing loved ones. The group pulled vehicles from waters, including the Cumberland River and Percy Priest Lake.
The work Adventures With Purpose does across the country is very important - cleaning waterways and helping families find missing loved ones.Thank you for pulling more than 40 vehicles from Nashville's waterways including the Cumberland River and Percy Priest Lake. pic.twitter.com/AiQDpn2OVG— Mayor John Cooper (@JohnCooper4Nash) January 23, 2021
Mayor John Cooper met with the group on Saturday morning, and former Metro Council Member Karen Bennett helped bring awareness to the group with a drive-through event.
Twenty cars appear to be at the bottom of the Cumberland River at the Port of Nashville near Opry Mills Mall.
To learn more about Adventures With Purpose, click here.