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One Killed, One Seriously Injured in Three-Vehicle Crash in Tennessee

by mdp | April 2nd, 2013

A Tennessee woman was killed and another suffered serious injuries in a three-vehicle accident that took place on Highway 641 late last month. Glenda Elendt, 44, of Camden, Tennessee, was pronounced dead at the scene of the collision, which occurred at about 6:30 a.m. on March 20, near the intersection of Highway 641 and Manleyville Road. Angel D. Schnepper, 45, of Paris, TN, was airlifted to Vanderbilt Medical Center to receive treatment for her car accident injuries. If you have been injured in a serious car accident in Nashville, or elsewhere in Tennessee, contact our reputable attorneys at Michael D. Ponce & Associates today. Our legal team has years of experience protecting the rights of car accident victims throughout the state, and will work diligently to help you pursue the compensation you deserve for your injuries and the resulting medical bills.


Head-On Collision Results in Fatality

According to the accident report filed by Tennessee Highway Patrol (THP) Trooper Josh Wade, Elendt was driving her 1994 Plymouth north on Highway 641, when her vehicle veered into the southbound lane. The car struck the driver’s side of a southbound semi-truck driven by 54-year-old Michael Wood of Kentucky. Elendt’s vehicle then continued traveling north in the southbound lane and collided head-on with a 1996 Toyota driven by Schnepper. Several agencies reported to the scene of the deadly collision, including three Highway Patrol officers, THP’s Critical Incident Response Team, members of the Oakland Volunteer Fire Department, and other local sheriff’s departments and rescue squads. Wood, the driver of the tractor-trailer, was not injured in the collision, and Schnepper has since been listed in stable condition.

Our Experienced Attorneys Can Help

There are a number of factors that can play a role in deadly car accidents in Tennessee and throughout the United States, the most common of which is driver negligence. Negligence can come in the form of speeding, driving while intoxicated, distracted driving, reckless driving, or in any other situation in which a driver fails to exercise the care that a reasonably prudent person would in similar circumstances. If you have suffered injuries in a Tennessee car accident that you believe was caused by the negligence of another person or party, or if you lost a loved one in such an accident, consult our qualified lawyers at Michael D. Ponce & Associates for legal help. You may be entitled to reimbursement for your losses, which you can pursue by filing a personal injury or wrongful death lawsuit against the allegedly negligent person or party.