The driver of an SUV was seriously injured after her vehicle rolled several times in the northbound lanes of Interstate 65 in Brentwood.

Per a report by, the accident happened at around 7:30 p.m. near the Concord Road exit. A witness told reporters that the vehicle flipped and then rolled multiple times during the accident.

The female driver of the SUV was transported to Vanderbilt University Medical Center to receive treatment for her injuries, which are described as life-threatening. Police closed all lanes but one on the northbound side of I-65 in Brentwood for around two hours as emergency responders worked to clear the scene and investigate the crash.

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A vehicle went airborne and crashed into a steel beam early Monday morning in Gallatin, causing one person to suffer fatal injuries.

Per a report by, the accident occurred at around 1 a.m. on Red River Road in Sumner County. An investigation by officers with the Gallatin Police Department revealed that the driver may have lost control of the vehicle, causing it to hit railroad tracks at high speed and then become airborne.

The vehicle then crashed into the beam near a gas station. The impact of the collision was so severe that emergency responders say they found the vehicle’s engine more than 20 feet away from the accident scene.

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Emergency Vehicle Involved in Fatal Accident in Northern Davidson County

An emergency vehicle used by the Nashville Fire Department was involved in an accident that killed one person early Monday morning.

Per a report by, the accident occurred at around 8 a.m. on Whites Creek Pike near Bear Hollow Road in Joelton.

Emergency responders and officers with Metro Nashville Police confirmed that one person died in the accident. The driver of the emergency vehicle also suffered serious injuries because of the accident and was transported to a local hospital. He or she was recently listed in critical condition.

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A 15-year-old high school student is being called a hero after he put his life on the line to save classmates who were onboard a bus that caught fire in Gallatin last week.

Per a report by, the bus was traveling on Highway 109 when the engine burst into flames. The bus driver exited the bus and attempted to locate a fire extinguisher. Meanwhile, the interior of the bus began filling with black smoke, causing students to panic.

During the chaos, the boy managed to locate and open an emergency exit, allowing the students an opportunity to escape the thick smoke. After opening the emergency exit, the boy even stayed onboard the bus until all students had exited.

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Interstate 440 is a seven-mile loop that was designed to relieve traffic on major streets and interstates near downtown Nashville, but it’s now just as congested as the roads it was intended to spare from heavy traffic volumes.

Per a report by WSMV, the road is used by more than 100,000 vehicles every day, and the constant wear and tear has resulted in major cracks, rough patches, and potholes—all of which can result in accidents, injuries, and serious damage to vehicles.

A local driver told reporters that she uses I-440 every day to get to work, and a pothole caused a broken axle on her vehicle.

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Law enforcement responded to a fatal accident in the northbound lanes of Interstate 65 in Brentwood early Sunday morning that involved the driver being ejected from his vehicle.

Per a report by, the crash occurred under the Old Hickory Boulevard overpass at around 1:30 a.m. when a 2008 Toyota Corolla suddenly exited the roadway and crashed into a rock wall. The impact of the collision caused the man to be thrown from his vehicle.

An investigation revealed that the man’s vehicle had flat tires at the time of the crash and that he wasn’t wearing his seat belt. Witnesses told police that they had spotted a vehicle with flat tires speeding and maneuvering erratically on I-65 just prior to the crash.

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A tractor-trailer rolled over onto its side in the westbound lanes of Interstate 840 near Murfreesboro Monday night, causing a 56-year-old woman who was riding in the vehicle to suffer fatal injuries.

Per a report by, the crash occurred just before midnight near the Alamaville Road exit. The Tennessee Highway Patrol investigated the accident and confirmed that the woman died during the accident.

The THP also said that a 55-year-old man who was driving the truck was injured in the crash. An investigation of the accident revealed that the semi-truck left the roadway and drove over an embankment before it ended up inside a ravine near the interstate.

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Fatal Injuries Reported after Early Morning Accident on I-24

A man was struck by a vehicle near the median wall of Interstate 24 in Smyrna early Monday morning, causing him to suffer fatal injuries.

Per a report by, the crash occurred in the eastbound lanes of I-24 at around 3:30 a.m. The victim’s truck initially left the right side of the interstate for an unknown reason, causing him to overcorrect before it collided with the wall.

An investigation by the Tennessee Highway Patrol revealed that the man then exited his truck and walked to its passenger side when he was struck by a 2005 Cadillac that was driven by an 85-year-old man.

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Antioch Is Home to Nashville’s Most Dangerous Intersection

A recent study found that the most dangerous intersection in the Nashville area is at the corner of Hickory Hollow Parkway and Mount View Road in Antioch.

Per a report by, the intersection has the highest crash rate and the highest injury rate of any intersection in the city given its traffic volume. The attorneys who conducted the survey say that anyone who is driving a car in Nashville is more likely to be involved in an accident at that intersection than any other intersection in the city.

They went on to say that drivers are unable to see the stop sign on Mount View Road from about 500 feet away due to trees and a rock wall. That means drivers have little time to react if a vehicle pulls out in front of them.

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Law Enforcement in Wilson County Needs Help Finding Hit-and-Run Driver

A first responder was seriously injured in Wilson County last month during a hit-and-run accident, and now detectives with the Wilson County Sheriff’s Office are seeking the public’s help in identifying the driver.

Per a report by the Lebanon Democrat, the accident occurred on Feb. 2 at around 12 a.m. at the intersection of Highway 231 and Hartmann Drive when a tan car crashed into the back of a Wilson County Emergency Management Agency ambulance.

The impact caused first responders to exit their vehicle to check on the driver of the tan car. But when they got out of the ambulance, the driver of the tan car accelerated to drive away from the scene. In the process, the driver hit one of the first responders with his car door, dragging her a short distance and causing her to suffer serious injuries.

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