WGNS has more news on a fatal two vehicle accident that occurred on Wednesday in Smyrna.
22 Year old Jamitria Patton was arraigned in a Rutherford County Circuit Court room on Monday (1/23/17). The Smyrna woman is charged with "Vehicular Homicide by Reckless Endangerment."
UPDATE: The investigation is on-going but it appears that the Forenza crossed from the westbound lanes of Sam Ridley Parkway and entered the eastbound lanes directly in front of the tractor-trailer truck.
UPDATE: Witnesses in the area told Smyrna Police they believe the driver of the truck to be a female with dark colored hair.
A car and a truck wrecked and overturned on I-24 Thursday afternoon around 12.
"When officers arrived they found the victim, a 15 year old female, lying in the grass with obvious injuries. Preliminary investigation revealed that a 1994 Subaru Legacy driven by Beth Lynn Uhrine, 32 years of age from Smyrna, struck the pedestrian. The juvenile pedestrian was transported to Vanderbilt Hospital.""
A car ran into a home in Smyrna, TN early Thursday morning. WGNS' Ron Jordan has the story...
There was a fatal crash in Smyrna around 6:15 Tuesday night and 10-year old Joseph Earls died after being ejected from one of the vehicles.
The 18-wheeler struck a 2013 Dodge Challenger ripping the vehicle in half. The driver and the entire driver's seat was thrown from the car killing the driver.
Lascassas parents Norbert and Sondra Braunwalder wondered how they would memorialize their 13-year-old son, Clifton, on the first anniversary of his death. Now they know...
We have more information on a sobriety checkpoint set for April 10th in Rutherford County. The Rutherford County Sheriff's Office told WGNS on Thursday that the checkpoint is in memory of Clifton Braunwalder, the Murfreesboro Boy Scout who was changing the flat tire on his mother's car last April,
NewsRadio WGNS was told by Sgt. Bobby Gibson, "This is an active and on-going investigation and the cause of the crash.."
The student who was driving the car is lucky to be alive. See the pictures...
At 8:42 in the evening, which was several hours after the wreck occurred, Sgt. Bill Miller with the Highway Patrol told WGNS, “We are continuing to check local hospitals and no one has walked in with any type injuries..."
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