Cory Stokes, 18, was driving westbound on Cedar Grove Road in a 2001 Honda Accord late Saturday afternoon when his car went off the right side of the road, overcorrected, causing it to go off of left side of the road into a field.
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Camesha Lawrence, 21, was stopped at a stop sign on Ethlyn Avenue, then traveled across Silver Street when her car was struck by a another vehicle which had the right of way. Kanisha Clarke, a backseat passenger, died shortly after being transported to the hospital.
A single-vehicle crash in Greene County killed one teenager and critically-injured two others Friday morning when their vehicle exited a county road, crashed into a utility pole and trees, and rolled.
A pickup truck collided with a Johnson City police car in at the intersection of West Market Street and West Watauga Avenue, Tennessee. All occupants in the vehicles sustained only minor injuries.
Portland High School senior Nick Townsend was a passenger in a car with his girlfriend and her mother on Highway 52 at College Street when it was struck by alleged drunk driver Laura Beasley Friday night.
The fatal crash occurred at the intersection of North Parkway and Evergreen Street Sunday night. One person was pronounced deceased at the crash site. Witnesses saw a man traveling westbound on North Parkway when he hit a Volvo, went over the median, and crashed.
An SUV entered into oncoming traffic and crashed into a minivan head-on in Tennessee, killing six people, including three children who were traveling in the minivan.
Kayla Crowe, 28, drove her 2001 Chevrolet Tahoe into oncoming traffic on Firestone Avenue near Thomas Street in North Memphis on Tuesday, which caused the driver of a 2000 Saturn, identified as 34-year-old David Lee to slam into a pole.
Jeffrey Scott, 51, was traveling in an SUV when the vehicle exited the road and crashed into a tree near Anderson Lane just after 8 a.m. Scott was wearing his seat belt. The cause of the crash is under investigation.
A pilot was killed after a small plane crashed into a pond on a farm in Mulberry, Tennessee on Sunday. The pilot was the only person on board, according to authorities. Farm workers discovered the plane in the pond around 8 a.m. Monday and called the sheriff's office.
One person died and five others were injured in a three-vehicle crash that occurred on Highway 385 between Hacks Cross Road and Winchester Road.
Police are working to identify the victim found in the passenger seat of a burning car on Hawkins Mill Drive near Point Church Road. A full report is expected at 5 p.m., but in the meanwhile investigators are trying to find out more about both the car and the victim.
On Tuesday afternoon a trooper stopped Richard Stafford, 63, of Crossville, for a traffic violation on eastbound I-40. While the trooper was processing Stafford's information at her cruiser, Stafford suddenly fled, initiating a police chase with speeds up to 100 mph.
On Airways Boulevard near Interstate-240, a tow truck rear-ended a MATA bus, causing an accident that injured eight people and involved a total of four vehicles. Little information is currently available, check back for updates.
The driver of a passenger vehicle crossed over into the westbound lanes of Charlotte Avenue near Jo Johnston Avenue and crashed head-on into an MTA bus. Witnesses say that the driver did not appear to hit the brakes at all before colliding with the bus.
Joseph's mother, identified as Susan Sensing, was driving the SUV in which Joseph, his 12-year-old brother William Earls, and his stepfather David Wilson were passengers. They were driving on Old Nashville Highway at about 6:30 p.m.
Eric Badger, 18, was riding his bicycle south on Island Road at about 5:30 p.m. on the very edge of the northbound lane, when a southbound pickup truck driven by James Naimo, 52, for some reason entered the northbound lane and struck the cyclist from behind.
The pedestrian who died when he was hit by a train in northern Unicoi County late Wednesday night has been identified as William H. Wheeler Jr., 68.
In Coopertown on Tuesday morning, 18-year-old Dillon R. Stewart of Ashland Cit was southbound in a 2002 Mitsubishi Galant on Highway 49 West near York Road when his car crossed the center line, striking a semi shortly after 7 a.m.
Four girls were in a UTV on Hicks Road that somehow lost control, rolled over and crashed. A witness to the crash went to help the girls, and said that when he reached the UTV, only one of the four was conscious.
A head-on crash occured in the 6800 block of Hixson Pike near the Chattanooga city/Hamilton County boundaries. Emergency teams from several agencies responded. Both vehicles were seriously damaged, but how many people were involved and the state of their injuries is not known.
A car, driven by 27-year-old Terryell Scott crashed into the front of the N-Sight Christian Center, located in the 2900 block of Chelsea Avenue, near Warford Street, around 12:30 a.m. Both passengers died at the scene.
Madison Precinct Officer Edward Draves was in the process of making an arrest when the suspect ran away on East Old Hickory Boulevard. Draves chased the suspect but was hit and knocked to the ground by a gold-colored vehicle, the driver of which did not stop at the scene.
Toya Kenner was was attempting to drive through a bus-only lane when the officer put out her hand to signal Kenner to stop. Kenner allegedly turned her wheels toward the officer and accelerated, knocking her over. Kenner then speed away from the scene. The officer was not visibly injured.
Kingsport police were called about a fight on Highview Avenue, but when an officer arrived at the scene, a woman directed them to a red car that was parked in front of the officer's car. The car began driving in reverse towards the police cruiser and increased speed when asked to stop.