August 18th, 2020|
SUMNER COUNTY, TN – A woman was arrested in Sumner County Sunday after she allegedly ran a vehicle off the road and caused it to crash.
According to WKRN, Michaela Morales is facing charges of vehicular assault and aggravated assault with a deadly weapon in connection with the incident, which happened at about 5:30 p.m. on Highway 25 West.
Police said she passed an SUV in a no-passing zone and struck the vehicle, which then hit a fence and a culvert. It went on to hit a tree before eventually landing in a pond. Three people inside the SUV were injured, including a child who was seriously hurt.
The victims were able to give a description of the vehicle that hit them and Sumner County deputies then tracked down Morales at her home, where she was taken into custody.
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June 5th, 2020|
SUMNER COUNTY, T.N. – A multiple-vehicle car accident was reported in Sumner County on the evening of Friday, June 5 by SmartWay Traffic.
The vehicles crashed into one another at Brittan Street. Eastbound traffic has been affected as the roadway has been closed, and the website reports westbound traffic has been affected with rubbernecking delays.
The website estimates the area will be cleared by 5:24 p.m.
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