Crash alert: 2 hospitalized after car hits deer on I-40

by Ponce Law | September 7th, 2020

CUMBERLAND COUNTY, TN – Two people were injured when their vehicle struck a deer on a highway in Cumberland County Saturday night, according to 1057 News.

Authorities say 57-year-old Richard Gorski was driving a BMW westbound on Interstate 40 when he hit the deer at the 313 mile marker. Gorski, of Fort Mill, South Carolina, and a passenger, 41-year-old Joanna Gorski, were both believed to have sustained serious injuries in the crash.

Medical crews responded to the scene and the two were taken to Cumberland Medical Center. No further details on their conditions have been released.

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