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UPDATE: Pursuit on I-840, Spike Strips Deployed and a Semi-Truck Crash on Sunday

UPDATE: Pursuit on I-840, Spike Strips Deployed and a Semi-Truck Crash on Sunday

(MURFREESBORO) Interstate 840 was shut-down on Sunday afternoon (3/19/2023) immediately after a law enforcement pursuit begun in Williamson County and finished in Rutherford County.  

The pursuit began in Williamson County and built its way to I-840 in Rutherford County about 15-minutes just before 5:00 on Sunday evening. The Tennessee Freeway Patrol responded to the pursuit when Williamson County Deputies referred to as for help. The Rutherford County Sheriff’s Office also responded to support as the chase neared exit 57 at Sulphur Springs Highway. One particular mile later at mile marker 58 on I-840, the chase finished when spike strips had been deployed by the Rutherford County Sheriff’s Business office.

According to Rutherford County officers, a health-related helicopter was identified as in for what was labeled a “Medical Emergency” on I-840. The helicopter was later identified as off immediately after authorities found out the issue remaining chased by law enforcement experienced allegedly shot himself.  The Williamson County Sheriff’s Business office verified, “A required suspect was taken off from the motor vehicle and transported to a clinic for cure of a self-inflicted wound.” The guy who was currently being chased was preferred on several warrants.

The Rutherford County Sheriff’s Business verified that I-840 was speedily shutdown shortly following 5PM stating, “A healthcare crisis shut Interstate 840 in close proximity to the Sulphur Springs exit east of Murfreesboro.” Not as well lengthy soon after the pursuit ended, a semi-truck nearing the stalled targeted visitors on the interstate crashed into many automobiles. The accident resulted in numerous injuries currently being claimed, all of which have been afterwards claimed to be slight.  

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Far more Incidents in Center TN – Whilst the very first working day of spring is nowadays, March 20th, the frigid wintry weekend impacted quite a few crashes during the mid-state:  Two teenagers ended up killed in a one-auto crash Saturday afternoon in Brentwood, both teens have been Brentwood residents. A lethal I-40 crash close to the Goose Creek bypass occurred when a motor vehicle slammed into the rear of a stopped automobile in the pre-dawn several hours on Sunday, a person person was in crucial issue. Two far more deaths were reported on I-65 South in Robertson County and yet another dying in a two-vehicle crash on I-40 in Mt. Juliet.