Knoxville Flood Damage Assessment and Assistance - Flood damage assessment and cleanup continues throughout the region. Property owners in Knoxville and Knox County are encouraged to contact
Following the rains and flooding that led to a State of Emergency in Tennessee, the Tennessee Department of Agriculture (TDA) is coordinating with partners to assess damage, monitor food and fuel supplies, and assist farmers as floodwaters recede.
Jefferson City, TN: US 11E east of the Rocktown Bridge is down to one lane due to flooding. Please use caution. The left lane is open but is covered by 2-3 inches of water. Tennessee Department Of Transformation (TDOT) and police are on scene.
Stranded Car in Flood Water, Car no longer there? Not sure what happened or who took your car?
Signal Mountain Subway collapsed from Mudslide
Many businesses? Churches and schools are closing early due to the rain and flooding like Knox County Library, Rocky Hills Baptist Church and Zoo Knoxville.
Groseclose Road & Mill Springs Road in New Market, TN. Check out the area near New Market Baptist Church!
Centennial Park in Jefferson City Flooding the community park near Carson-Newman College has flooding inside the park.
Multiple roads throughout Knoxville are flooded, some impassable, due to the heavy rain including the 8300 block of Kingston Pike where vehicles became stuck in the high water. Never attempt to cross flooded roads. Exercise extreme caution if you must be out. (Knoxville Police Department) Turn around, Don't drown!Also ... Don't cross road closed barricades! … Continue reading More Roads Closed Throughout East Tennessee
KFD Engine 11 fell victim to Flooded roadway | Photo Knoxville Fire Department