Crash alert: Driver surrenders after Nashville hit-and-run

by Ponce Law | August 10th, 2020

NASHVILLE, TN – A driver surrendered to authorities following a deadly hit-and-run outside of a hotel in Nashville Saturday night, according to a report in the Tennessean.

The victim was identified as 67-year-old Marilyn Zindel of Melbourne, Florida. Police said she had stepped out of a golf cart outside the Homewood Suites on Church Street just after 11 p.m. when she was struck by a dark-colored Jeep Grand Cherokee.

Zindel was pronounced dead at Vanderbilt University Medical Center as police searched for the driver of the vehicle.

On Sunday afternoon, 24-year-old Troy Winters called authorities and admitted he was the driver, police said. He is facing multiple charges, including leaving the scene of a collision involving death and failure to yield involving death.

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