Crews are working to repair a sewer problem that caused several fish to die in a Mt. Juliet creek.
Officials said a nearby pump station overflowed on Sunday afternoon, killing some fish downstream near Central Pike.
In an effort to fix the problem, fresh water will be pumped into the area overnight.
"Close to 200,000 gallons of water will go through there and we hope that will help disseminate some of the concentration, recharge the stream and hopefully re-oxygenate the stream so the fish that are left will have a much better environment," explained Mt. Juliet Director of Public Works Marlin Keel
Officials said the area's drinking water supply is not affected.