Street light outages cause safety concerns near Nashville hospital

February 24, 2017

A handful of streetlight outages around Nashville's Vanderbilt Children’s Hospital are creating safety concerns, according to an article on the WKRN website.

The maintenance responsibilities of lights on campus vary. Some lights are maintained by Vanderbilt, others by Nashville Electric Service.

The lights that need new bulbs are the NES streetlights.

“If the streetlight was illuminated the way it’s supposed to be, this intersection would be bright enough for anybody to see them getting into the intersection,” a concerned citizen said.

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