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    Nashville Explosion Resources

    Our City is reeling from the devastation caused by the Christmas Day explosion in Downtown Nashville last week.  Our hearts go out to all individuals and businesses who are affected by this. Please see the information below to find out resources available to help, or how you can provide support for those in need.

    Report concerns/requests related to this event so Metro can understand the full extent of needs via hub.Nashville.gov.

    The American Red Cross Nashville Area Chapter has set up a reception center at East Park Community Center at 700 Woodland St for victims displaced or affected by the explosion. The Integrated Care Condolence Team is there for anyone who needs it. Individuals may also call 1-800-RED-CROSS. This is a continuing situation, and The American Red Cross will provide ongoing updates on their social platforms as needed.

    Lodging Assistance is being offered to affected/displaced individuals and first responders/government officials at the following nearby properties:

    The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee has partnered with NewsChannel 5 to establish a fund for survivors and businesses in the area affected by the blast.

    Nashville Downtown Partnership has created a new resources page for updates and information related to the Christmas Day bombing, HERE.

    Information sourced from Nashville Downtown Partnership.

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