A 2-alarm fire broke out at the Creekwood Apartments in Bellevue last night, destroying at least 48 units and leaving dozens without homes. The fire spread quickly, but luckily no one was injured.
Residents of the 48 units have been displaced and are being helped by the American Red Cross. Additionally, there are several ways that YOU can help the victims.
The Nashville Metro Council Woman for District 22, Sheri Weiner, has set up a GoFundMe campaign in hopes of raising $30,000 for the victims. To donate, click here.
The Tailgate Brewery, located on Charlotte Pike, has been named as a drop off location for donations. The most needed items at the moment are: clothing (all sizes), household items, toiletries, etc.
We are set up as a drop point for any and all donations for victims of the Creekwood apartment fire in Bellevue last night. Doors are open if you need a place to go, are looking to drop off donations, or want to help support. Taproom will be open with food service at 3PM. pic.twitter.com/7SbrNSIlWd— TailGate Beer (@tailgatebeer) January 23, 2018
Donate to the American Red Cross
The American Red Cross is currently assisting those affected by the Bellevue fire. To donate to the Red Cross, click here.