December 7th, 2020|
ABINGDON, VA – A man wanted in Tennessee for a number of motor vehicle and drug-related charges was arrested in Abingdon, VA on Sunday night, after leading police on a high-speed chase, according to the Bristol Herald Courier.
Officials say 32-year-old Adams, TN resident Matthew Lucas Jones was arrested after leading police on a high-speed chase that damaged multiple vehicles in Abingdon.
The Washington County Sheriff’s Office said the suspect was wanted for evading arrest, possession of Schedule I narcotics with intent to sell, vehicle theft, and motor vehicle risk of injury, in Tennessee. After his arrest in Virginia, he was additionally charged with felony elude, reckless driving, attempted capital murder of two law enforcement officers, possession of Schedule I narcotics, and being a fugitive of justice.
Sheriff Blake Andis said the chase began when the suspect was pulled over for driving over 90 mph on I-81 south near mile marker 23. The suspect— who was driving a white Toyota Highlander that was reported stolen from Nashville, Tennessee on Nov. 23—sped away as the officer approached the car.
In the resulting chase, which reached a high speed of 93 mph, the Toyota drove through spike traps and collided with two semi trucks, two state police vehicles, and a civilian Jeep at various points. After abandoning the vehicle on Page Street in Abingdon, the suspect hid underneath a nearby porch for some time and then fled again on foot, extending the police pursuit for more than two hours.
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December 1st, 2020|
CHATTANOOGA, TN – Five people were killed in a collision involving a minivan and a semi-truck on Interstate 24 Monday morning, according to WLVT and the Associated Press.
Police said a Honda Odyssey went off I-24 east near mile marker 180 in Chattanooga shortly before 10:20 a.m. and crashed into the rear of the truck that was parked on the shoulder of the interstate. The driver of the minivan and all four passengers inside died at the scene. Their identities have not yet been released. The driver of the semi-truck was not injured.
A stretch of I-24 was shut down near the crash scene before reopening Monday afternoon.
Investigators are trying to determine the cause of the fatal wreck.
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November 25th, 2020|
KNOXVILLE, TN – Police have identified a woman killed in a wrong-way accident last weekend in Knoxville.
According to WATE, the victim was 52-year-old Deborah Hinkin. The crash happened Saturday on Interstate 640 West near Buffat Mill Road.
Police said Hinkin entered I-640 driving east in the westbound lanes and hit a vehicle, which then hit another vehicle.
Hinkin, a Knoxville resident, was pronounced dead at an area hospital. Investigators are trying to determine why she was driving in the wrong direction.
Traffic fatalities continue to be on the rise this year on the roads and highways of Tennessee. If you or someone you love was hurt or killed in a car accident, it is important to have a legal advocate on your side right away. The Nashville car accident lawyers at Ponce Law stand ready to help you get the money you’re owed following a crash, so call today. To learn more about our services, call us at (844) 204-6765 or contact us online.
November 24th, 2020|
PERRY COUNTY, TN – A car accident in Perry County Sunday night left one person dead and two others injured, WKRN reported.
The Tennessee Highway Patrol said a man was driving west on Hurricane Creek Road southeast of Linden when he was unable to negotiate a curve at about 6 p.m.
When the driver overcorrected, the vehicle overturned and the driver was killed. He was identified as 24-year-old William Hickerson of Hohenwald. Two passengers, a 24-year-old and a juvenile, were injured in the crash. No details were released on the extent of their injuries.
The THP is trying to determine what caused the accident.
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November 18th, 2020|
CLARKSVILLE, TN – A crash involving multiple vehicles caused delays for drivers on Interstate 24 in the Clarksville area Tuesday night, according to Clarksville Now.
The accident happened on I-24 at mile marker 14 and was reported at about 6:15 p.m. The Tennessee Department of Transportation said the wreck tied up eastbound traffic from Exit 11 to Exit 8.
By 8:15 p.m., traffic was mostly back to normal with some residual delays. There was no immediate information on whether anyone was injured in the crash.
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November 13th, 2020|
LOUDON COUNTY, TN – A woman was hospitalized after her vehicle was involved in a rollover crash in Loudon County late Thursday, according to 1057 News.
State troopers say 23-year-old Holly Sanchez was driving a Mercedes GLA north on Interstate 75 when she went off the roadway and struck a culvert in the median. The car rolled several times and Sanchez was injured.
Sanchez, of Knoxville, was flown by LifeStar to University of Tennessee Medical Center. No details were released on the severity of her injuries. Authorities said she was restrained when the accident occurred.
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November 11th, 2020|
SMITH COUNTY, TN – The Smith County Rescue Squad reported that it responded to the scene of a crash Tuesday morning that left a driver pinned inside their vehicle.
The squad’s Facebook page said that the person went off the road and crashed into a tree at 240 Cookeville Highway at about 9 a.m.
Rescuers were able to extricate the driver by removing the door and using a dash lift to remove him. He was seriously injured and was transported from the scene by paramedics.
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November 6th, 2020|
MURFREESBORO, TN – A car crashed into a home as part of a multi-vehicle accident in Murfreesboro Thursday, according to WKRN.
The crash happened at the intersection of Clark Boulevard and Hodge Drive. Investigators said the driver of a Nissan Altima trying to turn onto Hodge collided with an SUV, causing it to flip. A Nissan Maxima crashed into the Nissan, which then hit the side of a home.
The driver of that car was extricated and transported to a hospital. The other drivers were not hurt and no other injuries were reported.
The incident affected traffic in the area, as the intersection of Clark Boulevard and Memorial Boulevard was shut down while one lane between Highland Avenue and Memorial Boulevard was also closed.
Multi-vehicle crash on Clark Blvd./Hodge Dr. One vehicle crashed into side of a home, driver was extricated from car & taken to hospital. The drivers of other vehicles not injured. Clark at Memorial is closed & one lane westbound from Highland to Memorial. FIND ANOTHER ROUTE!! pic.twitter.com/dHS2M00t8h
— Murfreesboro TN Police Department (@MboroPoliceDept) November 5, 2020
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November 4th, 2020|
CUMBERLAND COUNTY, TN – A chase by state troopers Tuesday ended with a multi-vehicle crash on Interstate 40 in Cumberland County that left four people hospitalized, 1057 News reports.
Members of the Tennessee Highway Patrol were pursuing a stolen Ford Fusion driven by 20-year-old Brendon J. Prettyman of Sevierville. Authorities say Prettyman was speeding when he drove onto the shoulder of I-40 east at the 309 mile marker and then attempted to go back into a travel lane. A man driving a Kenworth flatbed tractor-trailer had to move over as a result, and collided with a Hyundai Elantra.
The truck and the Elantra went through a guardrail and slid down an embankment before hitting some trees. The three drivers and a passenger in the Elantra were hospitalized at Cumberland Medical Center. No details were released on the extent of their injuries.
Charges against Prettyman are pending, the THP said.
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November 3rd, 2020|
MURFREESBORO, TN – A teenager riding a skateboard was struck and killed by an SUV in Rutherford County over the weekend, WSMV reports.
The Tennessee Highway Patrol said the victim, a 13-year-old boy, was on the 700 block of Powell’s Chapel Roat in Murfreesboro Saturday when he was hit by a Ford Expedition.
Family members identified the boy as Nathaniel “Nate” Elijah Isbell of LaVergne. He was an eighth-grade student at Rock Springs Middle School in Smyrna.
The driver of the vehicle involved will not face any charges, troopers said.
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