The Murfreesboro City Council attended a two-plus hour workshop session starting at 11:30 Wednesday morning in the Community Room of the new Murfreesboro Police headquarters on North Highland Avenue. The city is considering ambulance service, in an effort to reduce emergency arrival time.
A serious Saturday morning crash on Manchester Pike resulted in drivers from both cars being air lifted to Nashville.
A Burnt Knob Road family suffered a fire in their home around 9:30AM Saturday morning.
The man shot around 1:34PM a week ago Monday afternoon (2/10/2020) is improving at Vanderbilt Medical Center. 40-year old Malak Ishak, owner of MGM Tobacco and Beer Market, is now in stable condition. In fact, reports indicate that he is awake and talking.
Murfreesboro Police Detectives are Investigating a robbery and shooting that took place at 1:34PM Monday afternoon at MGM Market, Beer and Tobacco Store at 2415 Halls Hill Pike. The criminal stole the clerk's 2010 black Nissan Rogue and fled (TN license tag 4M7-2B1).
Saturday night Smyrna Police along with Smyrna Fire Rescue were dispatched to the intersection of Almaville Road at Courier Place for a serious traffic crash.
Around 6:00 o'clock Monday night (2/3/2020) Smyrna Police responded to a motorcycle vs minivan crash at the intersection of South Lowry and Sam Griffin. Motorcyclist Karl J. Burdette was killed.
There are numerous reports of flooding from heavy rains in Rutherford County. Many roads remain impassable.
Around 3:30 Tuesday afternoon Murfreesboro Police responded to a two-vehicle crash on Haynes Drive near Tomahawk Trail.
Police are investigating a Thursday afternoon stabbing in the 1300 block of Searcy Street. The victim has been taken by LifeFlight to the trauma facility at the Vanderbilt Medical Center.
Murfreesboro Police' Fatal Accident Crash Team (FACT) continues to investigate a single-car fatal crash on Warrior Drive over the past weekend. Authorities confirm that charges are pending.
Around 10:00 o'clock Monday morning Murfreesboro Fire Rescue received a call about a fire at Westbrook Towers on 515 North Walnut Street.
Here is an update on Sunday morning's fire at the Jackson Motel, 831 NW Broad Street. The Fire Marshal's Division of Murfreesboro Fire Rescue Department has determined that an overloaded circuit possibly caused the blaze.
Another vehicle has crashed into a home, this time an SUV went through a railed fence and into a unit at The Cove At Center Point Two on Hanover Street.
Around 8:46AM Sunday morning, Murfreesboro Fire Rescue received a call about a fire at the Jackson Motel, 831 NW Broad Street. Heavy smoke could be seen from Fire Station #4 on Medical Center Parkway and Fire Station #1 on Vine Street, downtown. Two persons suffered injuries.
A two car crash occured shortly after 10:00 o'clock Thursday morning in the city's historic district. Paramedics with Rutherford County Emergency Medical Services took one person to the ER at St. Thomas Rutherford Hospital with non-life threatening injuries.
On Tuesday, teams of Rutherford County emergency responders searched a thousand acres of Barfield Crescent Park and surrounding woods in looking for Riverdale High School student Devin Bond.
The 19-year old man killed in the crash on NW Broad Street around 10:30 Wednesday morning (11/6/2019) has been identified as Justin Lee Howard of Readyville. An autopsy has been requested. The case remains under investigation by the Fatal Accident Crash Team (F.A.C.T.)
The cause of grid-lock traffic on Northwest Broad Street around 10:30 Wednesday morning was because of a single-car fatal crash.
There was a four-vehicle crash around 6:15PM Sunday evening on I-24 at Almaville Road (mile marker 70).
It was a brisk Halloween as trick or treaters strolled around the historic Murfreesboro square. Area offices and merchants had an ample supply of treats for this event that has become a downtown tradition.
UPDATE: Murfreesboro Fire Rescue Department (MFRD) Swift Water Rescue team along with Rutherford County Special Operations Dive Rescue safely rescues a father and daughter who became stranded after dark while kayaking on the Stones River Sunday, Oct. 20.
Last week a farmer in the Lascassas Pike area was killed while attempting to jump-start a tractor that was in-gear when it stopped. Unfortunately, the man in his 60s did not realize that until the cable from his pickup was connected to the the tractor.
West Jefferson Pike near I-840 reopened Wednesday after a big rig loaded with blocks flipped and spilled its load on the narrow, shoulderless heavily traveled roadway.
A convenience store was temporarily closed for business early Sunday morning after a possible improvised explosive device (IED) was found inside a vehicle where the driver is believed to have overdosed.
16-year old bicyclist was hit by a car Thursday just prior to the Rockvale School zone.
A man is dead, and police are looking for the suspect, after responding to shooting near the city-county line early Sunday morning.
Multiple incidents began around 1:30 early Friday morning when the Tennessee Highway Patrol attempted to pull-over a speeding motorist on I-24 near I-840.
The person who died of gunshot wounds on Labor Day is 18-year old Kendrick Maurice Moore, who just graduated from Stewarts Creek High School. Another shooting victim survived. That 17-year old juvenile was treated and released from the hospital.
Murfreesboro Police Department is investigating a shooting that left one man dead, and another one injured. So far there have been two arrests, as well as several interviews with witnesses.
Here's an update on the Thursday night crash between a Chevy Suburbabn and a semi on Memorial at Medical Center Parkway between a semi and SUV. The driver of the 2001 Suburban.
There was a serious roll-over crash on J. D. Todd Road around 3:45PM Thursday afternoon. That's near Wilson County, and between Lebanon Pike (highway 231) and I-840.
Around 12:30 Tuesday afternoon a car crashed into Hair Productions at 1833 Memorial Boulevard. A customer inside was injured and taken to the ER at St. Thomas Rutherford Hospital.
Storms circled Rutherford County Tuesday night, and a lightning bolt ignited a two-story home at 615 Jim Cedar Drive.
Here's an update on early Friday morning fatal shooting of a man outside the Villager Condominiums at 2850 Middle Tennessee Boulevard. The deceased male has been identified as 30-year old Terrell Edward Ray of Antioch.
NAMES RELEASED: The victim in the fatal motorcycle vs pickup crash has been identified as William Quinn, 26, of Murfreesboro, formerly of Camden, Tennesse
Just after 4:00 o'clock Sunday afternoon, a structure fire was reported on Browns Chapel Road. The home was a total loss.
Funeral services have been set for the 3-year old child who was left for about 2-hours in a car that was parked outside his Smyrna home. The boys father is in the Rutherford County Adult Detention Center with bond set at $50,000.
Around 5:00 o'clock Thursday afternoon, Smyrna Police and Rutherford County Emergency Medical Services rushed to 707 Windbirch Trail in reference to an unresponsive child in a car. The 3-year old died of a heatstroke. His father, Dylan S. Levesque, has been arrested.
A tractor trailer overturned on Swamp Leanna Road Wednesday morning, there were no injuries, but diesel fuel began leaking into a nearyby creek. A team response involving most Rutherford County emergency agencies saved the day!
Around 10:00 o'clock Tuesday morning, there was a structure fire at a home on Carrington Place.
Rutherford County Fire and Rescue updates NewsRadio WGNS on the spill that closed Kingwood Lane to Windrow Road for a period of time during the morning and mid-day hours on Tuesday.
Shortly after 11:00 o'clock Saturday morning, Rutherford County Fire and Rescue Department were dispatched to an outbuilding fire with injury in Christiana.
The Tennessee Highway Patrol has released the names of the two men killed in a fatal crash Wednesday morning in rural Rutherford County. The driver was Joel Throneberry of Hermitage and Donnie Robertson of Mt. Juliet was the passenger.
The Farm Bureau Insurance office in a strip center at 2864 South Church Street had an older customer accidentally hit the accelerator, jump the curb, and slam through the building a little before 8:00AM Wednesday morning.
On Wednesday evening Murfreesboro Fire Rescue Department rushed to the Kroger at 2050 Lascassas Pike around for a possible hazardous materials release.
A two-car fender-bender, thought to have included a medical emergency, occurred around 1:00 o'clock Monday afternoon off the Medical Center Parkway.
In the thick of bumper to bumper evening traffic, a two vehicle crash occured in the outbound lane of the Old Fort Parkway around 5:00 o'clock Monday evening. This was in front of Stones River Mall.
Airplane stalls while taking off from the Murfreesboro Airport and falls into treeline at Northfield Apartments.
Around the lunch hour Sunday, the Azteca Mexican Grill at 301 Northwest Broad Street had a fire in their kitchen's hood system.
You never know what tomorrow will bring. This past June, Paramedic Lennie Fabian was enjoying a vacation with his family in Florida, when the 30-year Rutherford County EMS worker contracted an infection that infected his spinal cord. Now, this once active and very fit individual was unable to walk and is paralyzed from his chest down.
It's the Labor Day weekend and law enforcement officers are looking for persons who are not wearing safety belts or driving impaired. On the water, the authorities are strictly enforcing all boating regulations.
(MURFREESBORO) Murfreesboro Police have issued a statement about the Saturday evening stabbing at the Old Fort Park.
More on the Saturday night stabbing in Old Fort Park. A 61-year old man is in critical condition at the Vanderbilt Trauma Center after suffering multiple stab wounds to his head.
Around 7:30 Saturday night more than a dozen units from the Murfreesboro Police have rushed to the Old Fort Park where a fight and stabbing is being investigated. The injured male was flown by LifeFlight to Vanderbilt.
A gas leak was reported Thursday morning at 635 Old Christiana Road. When units from the Christiana Volunteer Fire Department (VFD) and Rutherford County Fire and Rescue arrived, it was learned that a bush hog had struck a 500 gallon underground propane tank.
Murfreesboro Police are investigating a fatal shooting.
In the past 3-years, the Rutherford County Emergency Medical Services has made approximately 120-thousand calls. In that time-frame, only a few persons have been brought back to life after dieing when suffering cardiac arrest. Less than a month ago, Toby Dudley became number 8.
Walmart and Sam's Club have teamed up with Rutherford County Emergency Medical Service (RCEMS) with a Lifesaver award.
April 8-14, 2018 is TELECOMMUNICATIONS WEEK and Kelly Dotson with Rutherford County Emergency Medical Services is the "2018 Telecommunicator of the Year".
Units from the Rutherford County Sheriffs Office and the Special Operations Unit from Emergency Management left Thursday afternoon to assist in the search for the missing 5-year old boy in Dickson County.
A two-vehicle crash took three lives on state highway 96 in Milton around 4:30 Saturday afternoon.
Murfreesboro Police are working a serious multi-vehicle crash in front of the hospital on Medical Center Parkway at Joe Knight Drive.
There was a multi-vehicle accident with injuries in the 11:00 o'clock hour Saturday morning.
Shortly before 6:00 o'clock Wednesday evening, there was a two vehicle crash with injuries on South Church Street.
Around 7:00 o'clock Monday night (3/13/2017) there was a two-vehicle crash with injuries on East Clark Boulevard between North Highland Avenue and Dudley Street.
Emergency responders arrived quickly at a two-vehicle crash shortly before 7:30 on Tuesday evening (9/6/2016) near Hasting's Bookstore.
While the fatal three vehicle crash on South Church near Veterans Parkway was being handled by emergency responders, a car fire on exit 78 that leaves I-24 onto the Old Fort Parkway was unfolding.
The Murfreesboro Noon Exchange Club has honored a local emergency responder as the "Paramedic of the Year".
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