fatal accident in Smyrna

Pedestrian fatally struck by freight train in Smyrna

by Ponce Law | June 30th, 2020

SMYRNA, TN – Police are investigating after a man was fatally struck by a freight train on the tracks in Smyrna over the weekend, according to a report by WGNS.

First responders were dispatched to the scene at about 9:11 p.m. Saturday on the tracks near the intersection of Sam Ridley Parkway and North Lowry Street.

The victim had been hit by a northbound CSX freight train, railroad officials said.  No members of the train crew were hurt in the accident.

CSX police are investigating the circumstances surrounding the incident.

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One killed in single-vehicle accident in Smyrna

by Ponce Law | June 17th, 2020

SMYRNA, T.N. – One person was killed in a tragic single-vehicle accident in Smyrna on Saturday, according to Rutherford Source.

Forrest Weatherford was reportedly driving his truck near the 500 block of Nissan Drive when he lost control of his vehicle and drove off the side of the road. His truck overturned and he was ejected from the cab.

Weatherford was killed upon impact, while a passenger in the car was treated for minor injuries.

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