More than 7,300 people are without power in north Nashville for more than an hour Friday morning, the Nashville Electric Service announced.
The interruption was reported just before 8 o’clock. and most affected clients included the Rivergate and Madison areas.
At approximately 8:50 am, all patrons in the Rivergate and Madison areas had been reinstated.
He did not know immediately what was the cause of the power failure.
But when electricity was cut off, a school bus crashed into a car on Neelys Bend and Forest Park streets.
Over 7,300 customers are without power in the Rivergate and Madison areas. Crews are on the scene and investigating the cause. They will restore power as quickly as possible.
— Nashville Electric (@NESpower) September 6, 2019
Nashville Fire Department spokesman Joseph Pleasant said two children were taken to Monroe Carell Children’s Hospital in Vanderbilt to receive treatment for unspecified wounds.
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