Nashville's largest convention center and multiple surrounding businesses were knocked out of commission after 2010 flood. Now they claim government negligence was to blame.
Gaylord Entertainment Co. filed a lawsuit Monday accusing the National Weather Service and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers of negligence that heavily damaged its luxury hotel in Nashville and the famous Grand Ole Opry House during flooding in 2010.
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