SULLIVAN COUNTY, Tenn. - It was a busy night for Sullivan County authorities. The dispatch office received 278 calls Wednesday evening into early Thursday morning.
Public Information Officer Leslie Earhart tells us about 90 of those can be attributed to the weather.
Bloomingdale, Cooks Valley and Fall Creek Road areas of the county were the hardest hit.
Emergency Management is asking that you report any damage to their office. That number is 423-323-6912.
They have teams assessing damage Thursday.
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