By Ben Kesslen / NBCNEWS
At least four people died and 130 others have been rescued after 7 inches of rain flooded Nashville, Tennessee, this weekend, authorities said.
Metro Nashville police discovered a man dead in a sedan that was submerged in creek overflow. Another person was found dead on a golf course. Police believe he was “swept away by high water after getting out of a car that ran off the road,” according to a statement.
Two other flooding victims, a man and a woman, were found dead near a homeless camp in a wooded area in south Nashville, police announced.