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Four people dead in Nashville after overnight flooding, police say

Police said one man died inside a car that was submerged in a creek.

NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Metro Police now reports four people have died as a result of overnight flooding.

Police said one man died inside a car that was submerged in a creek near the Walmart near the intersection Harding Place and Nolensville Pike.

Police said a second victim has been found deceased on the Nashboro Village Golf Course. It is believed the man was swept away by high water after getting out of a car that ran off the road into a culvert at Nashboro Boulevard and Flintlock Court. 

A man and a woman has been found dead near a homeless camp in a wooded area near Wentworth-Caldwell Park on Edmondson Pike just off Nolensville Pike. Flooding from Seven Mile Creek impacted the area.

This story was originally reported by WSMV in Nashville.

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