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.
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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.
On Friday afternoon, 18-year-old Melissa Jusino lost control of her car near exit 23 on Interstate 24, striking a bridge abutment. Jusino, of Clarksville, was pronounced dead at the scene.
Two people were killed when a passenger van rolled over in the eastbound lanes of Interstate 40 in Hermitage Wednesday morning. The accident occurred about 6 a.m.
Authorities have reported a two-vehicle collision on I-240 Sunday morning. The driver of one of the vehicles, Antonio Watson, 23, was under the influence of alcohol when hitting the car in front of him and killing the driver, 25-year-old Martin.
Susan King Goodman, executive director of United Way of Humphreys and Benton counties, was trying to cross train tracks in a rural area of Humphreys County when her car collided with a train. The impact spun her vehicle into a ditch. She was ejected from the vehicle and died at the scene.
Maegan Smith was driving at high speed into Johnson City on Interstate 26 when she lost control of her car while attempting to negotiate a curve and overcorrected. Her car crossed both lanes of the highway then climbed the bank on the other side, causing the vehicle to flip.
Joshua Pickler, 29, was killed when his vehicle went off Sam Cooper Boulevard and rolled multiple times Thursday evening. The cause of the crash is still being investigated, but witnesses told police that Pickler passed them at a high rate of speed.
A truck driver, whose name is yet to be released by the Mississippi Highway Patrol, died when his small truck crashed into a tractor trailer on Highway 78 in Marshal County, Tennessee on Tuesday night. The tractor trailer caught fire but its driver is unharmed.
A single vehicle accident snarled up traffic in a portion of Highway 27 and injured the driver. The accident happened on Tuesday night in the north bound lanes at the Sequoyah Access Road exit in Soddy Daisy, Tennessee.
A man suffered minor injuries and was taken to Sky Ridge Medical Center when the truck he was driving hit the bridge in 3400 block of Keith Street in Cleveland, flipped and landed upright in the creek. The accident happened at about 7:20 p.m. on Tuesday.
54-year old Timothy Owens was airlifted to the University of Tennessee Medical Center after his truck hit a guardrail around 5:00 p.m. on Monday. He was driving southbound on U.S.
Donald Rogers was driving a 2002 Pontiac Firebird when he and another car collided. Rogers lost control of his vehicle and ran off the road, and the vehicle overturned. The other car kept driving. Donald Rogers died in the crash.
Police are searching for information regarding an accident that took the life of 34-year-old Eric D. Taylor. Taylor was riding his bicycle to work on Getwell Road when he was hit by a car.
The teen who died in a four-wheeler accident in the Bayside Park neighborhood Sunday afternoon was identified as Chaz William Gill, 16, was died when he ran a stop sign at East Pike Street and Hancock Drive.
A mother and her young son died on Interstate 65 in Franklin after stopping to help people in a vehicle that had crashed. Kristi Clark, 34, and Carter Oakley, 10, stopped to help when an SUV slid on ice and rolled over after 9 p.m. Monday.