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Crash alert: Police respond to scene of motorcycle crash in Lebanon

by Ponce Law | August 13th, 2020

LEBANON, TN – Police in Lebanon are investigating a suspected case of road rage after responding to the scene of a motorcycle crash.

WKRN reported the incident happened Wednesday morning at 11:45 a.m. on South Hartmann Drive. When officers arrived, a motorcycle rider told them a two-door Hyundai had bumped his rear tire.

When the motorcyclist tried to catch up to the car to get the person’s driver’s license information he said the Hyundai driver hit the brakes, “causing the motorcyclist to lay the bike down and wreck”, police said in a Facebook post.

Police said the vehicle, which may have had a Macon County registration, left the scene. The case is being investigated as a hostile road rage incident.

Anyone with information is asked to contact the Lebanon Police Department.

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