Yup! Us too!
That is the remains of a Subway restaurant after a mudslide hit it. We have had so much rain for so long (6+" in Dec, 15
more in 2019) that the ground is just giving way.
We are actually stranded here right now (though on high ground and in no danger). We live on a tiny dead end street, that comes off a bigger road. If you turn right off our street, in a couple blocks, the road goes over PeaVine Creek. That not infrequently floods and closes the road there. Usually it is not a big deal, because we can turn left and get out that way. Now the other direction is closed also due to Chickamauga Creek flooding. I have not seen that before in the 3+ years we have lived here. So the only road out is now closed in both directions .... oh well, we don't have to go anywhere....
This is the old Swanson Mill on Graysville Rd. and this is Chickamauga Creek. The picture does not even do it justice, how huge and fast the creek is now. This is about 1.5 miles from our house and is right about where the road is closed.
Incidentally, the building is the old grist mill house. It is amazing, with three levels of balconies over the Chickamauga and its own canoe/kayak entrance. It is for sale for just under one million dollars, if anyone is interested in buying an old mill house that would make a great b&b or something.