Nashville Families Left Homeless By Fire Need Help

This is all that remains after a fire ravaged an apartment building in Bellevue, leaving dozens of families homeless. 

A metro council member is stepping up to help dozens of families, in the West Nashville area, who were left homeless when a fire destroyed their apartments. 6:30 p.m. Fire and rescue was called to the Bellevue area apartment complex. According to the Tennessean, there were no reported injuries, but 48 units were burned and these families have had no place to live since. 

Sheri Weiner, has started a GoFundMe page writing “Let’s stand together for the victims — moms, dads, sisters, brothers, children and parents — of the fire at Creekwood.” 

You can see more pictures and messages of gratitude when clicking on the link. 

Please consider helping these families by donating. 

Thanks to our listeners for finding even MORE ways to help! 

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