Multi-Vehicle Crash on I-24E at 66 mile marker

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UPS tandem-trailer rig was on its side
RCSO deputy with vehicle in the treeline
A Nissan vehicle. This is where I-24E grade level starts to rise.

A multi-vehicle crash involving a tandem-trailer rig brought I-24 eastbound traffic to a stop around 3:00 o'clock Tuesday (7/10/2018) afternoon. This was at mile marker 66, near the Sam Ridley Parkway in Smyrna.


All lanes of traffic going toward Murfreesboro were shut-down. That is where the road grade begins to rise, and the location of numerous other serious crashes. The most recent was a fatal motorcycle crash a few days ago.

The Tennessee Highway Patrol and Rutherford County Sheriffs Office teamed to work this crash.


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I-24 eastbound mm 66, RCSO, Rutherford County, THP, WGNS
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