CUMBERLAND COUNTY, TN – A tractor-trailer driver has been charged in connection with an accident on Interstate 40 that left one person injured.
1057 News reports the incident happened Wednesday on I-40 at the 322 mile marker in Cumberland County. According to state troopers, three vehicles were waiting to turn on the exit ramp of Peavine Road when a tractor-trailer came off the interstate and caused a chain reaction crash with the other vehicles.
One person, identified as Gregory Piggs of Cypress Inn, Tennessee, was injured in the accident. The driver of the tractor-trailer, 37-year-old Alen Rogers of Crossville, was charged with reckless driving.
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