(NECN/WSMV: Nashville, Tenn.) - The home of the Tennessee Titans was left looking like a giant swimming pool after heavy storms brought several inches of rain down on Nashville, causing record flooding.
The grass at LP Field was submerged in murky waters.
Parts of the city were evacuated as the Cumberland River, which runs through the city, swelled over its banks.
The record rainfall left at least 12 dead, including six in the Nashville area.
Video courtesy of WSMV.