A Thursday night fire on I-24 between Almaville Road and I-840 (mile-marker 73) forced eastbound motorists (going toward Chattanooga) to pull to the roadside.
According to Acting Shift Commander Mark McCluskey, the driver made contact with a metal light pole (that illuminates the interstate at Medical Center Parkway).
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.
A possibly racially motivated vandalism was reported in Murfreesboro. The vandalism occurred at Robinson's Towing and Repair in Murfreesboro. Eight cars had KKK spray painted on them.
The persons of interest in the Murfreesboro Motel car fire that occurred early Monday morning have been identified as...
Murfreesboro Fire & Rescue Department’s Engines 1 and 4, Ladder 9, and Rescue 7 were dispatched to a car fire at Motel Murfreesboro, 1150 NW Broad Street, around 12:15 Monday morning.
WGNS confirmed that shortly after the fire was reported, Murfreesboro Police arrested 33-year old Amilido Rodriguez (pictured) who owned the car. He is not said to be a suspect in the possible arson, but he was wanted...
Murfreesboro Fire & Rescue Department’s Districts 4 and 7 responded to a car fire next to the home located at 1710 Avon Road around 1:30 Friday afternoon. Spokesperson Ashley McDonald says this incident was unrelated to the early morning car fire which resulted in one arrest.
Murfreesboro Fire & Rescue Department’s District 8 and Engine 1 responded to a vehicle fire at 1617 Huntington Drive just before 3:00 Wednesday afternoon.
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