Williamson County Emergency Management Agency (WCEMA) received a report of a rock slide on the shoulder of Interstate 840 early Saturday morning. There are currently no impacts to the interstate at this time. The Tennessee Highway Patrol, Williamson County Sheriff’s Office, and the Tennessee Department of Transportation cleared the rock from the shoulder.
We are receiving reports of rocks falling on interstate 840 (potentially due to water pressure). PLEASE STAY AWARE while you are driving. If you see rock falling, report it.
— Williamson County TN EMA (@WCTNEMA) February 23, 2019
WCEMA urges the community to report any debris they are encountering on the roadways and to remain vigilant while traveling. Heavy soil saturation can cause mud slides, rock slides, and downed trees.
Williamson County Emergency Management is up-to-date road impact list on their website. Any information regarding environmental impacts, residential flooding, or facility closures will be disseminated as it becomes available.
The site will be updated throughout the weekend with updated information on road impacts, weather advisories and press releases as needed.
You can find Williamson County Emergency Management on Twitter – @WCTNEMA.