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One person had to be extricated from a vehicle after seven cars were involved in a crash in the eastbound lanes of Interstate 24 in Montgomery County on Saturday morning.

Per a report by, the accident occurred at around 9:15 a.m. near mile marker 8 in Clarksville. Troopers with the Tennessee Highway Patrol and officers with the Clarksville Police Department were dispatched to the scene.

Emergency responders closed all eastbound lanes as they worked to investigate the crash and remove the seven damaged vehicles from the scene. It’s unknown what caused the accident.

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Five vehicles were involved in a serious collision in Montgomery County on Saturday, and multiple people were transported to a local hospital to receive treatment for their injuries.

Clarksville Now reports that first responders with multiple Montgomery County agencies were called to the scene of the five-vehicle crash, which happened on Dover Rd. near Oakwood Rd. between noon and 1 p.m.

Police closed several lanes as they worked to clear the scene and allow emergency responders access to the victims.

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A man was killed and a woman was seriously injured after an accident involving an SUV and a sedan in Montgomery County early Sunday.

Per a report by Clarksville Now, the accident happened on Franklin Street near University Avenue. When emergency responders arrived at the scene, they found the male victim dead inside a Suzuki SUV and the female victim critically injured inside a Ford Fusion. The woman was transported to Vanderbilt University Medical Center to receive treatment via LifeFlight helicopter.

Multiple other vehicles were also involved in the crash, and a nearby building sustained damage during the accident.

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Clarksville’s chief of police recently told reporters that the number of fatal accidents in the city has increased significantly, with 28 fatal wrecks reported in 2016.

Per a report by Clarksville Now, the 28 fatalities in 2016 is a five-year high. The next highest total was 10 in 2011. The chief said that most, if not all the fatal crashes in the city are avoidable.

The Clarksville Police Department’s traffic commander says that most fatal accidents involve either distracted driving, speeding, or alcohol involvement. He says that accidents with these contributing factors are also responsible for multiple deaths.

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Construction Begins on Emergency Center off Interstate 24 near Clarksville

Both city officials and hospital officials were on hand to celebrate the groundbreaking ceremony for a new emergency treatment center that will be built near Hornbuckle Road and Interstate 24 in Montgomery County.

Per a report by The Leaf-Chronicle, the new Tennova medical facility will be 11,680 square-feet in size and will have eight private patient rooms and radiology and lab testing services on-site. Patients who are transported to the center that need more advanced and critical care can be quickly transported to the main Tennova hospital in St. Bethlehem or another care facility of their choosing.

The facility will be capable of treating patients with illnesses and injuries that other urgent care facilities nearby can’t handle. In addition, the center will be staffed with emergency physicians, registered nurses, and other patient care providers.

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Injuries Reported after Two Vehicles Damaged during Rollover Accident

Two vehicles were involved in a rollover crash in Clarksville on Wednesday evening, causing two people to suffer injuries.

Per a report by, the accident happened at around 6 p.m. at the intersection of Fort Campbell Boulevard and Cunningham Lane in Montgomery County. The vehicles involved in the accident included a white GMC Envoy SUV and a gray Pontiac Grand Am. The Envoy rolled over and came to rest on its roof.

Both drivers were injured during the accident. One of the drivers suffered only minor injuries, but the other driver was more seriously injured and was transported to Tennova Healthcare to receive treatment for his or her injuries. Clarksville Police say that he or she is currently in stable condition.

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Multiple Injuries Reported after 3-Vehicle Accident in Clarksville

Three vehicles were involved in an accident that injured four people in Montgomery County Friday morning.

Clarksville Now reports that the crash occurred at around 9:15 a.m. near the intersection of Sevenmile Ferry Rd when two vehicles initially collided head-on. Another vehicle was also involved in the accident shortly after the first crash.

Emergency responders said in a news release that of the four victims, two were seriously injured in the accident. One of the victims was transported to Skyline Medical Center in Nashville to receive treatment, while the other victims were transported to Tennova Healthcare.

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Four Fatalities Reported after Three-Vehicle Accident in Clarksville

An accident involving three vehicles claimed the lives of four people in Montgomery County on Wednesday afternoon.

According to a report by Clarksville Now, the accident occurred just after 4 p.m. on Ashland City Road near the intersection of Cumberland Drive and Edmonson Ferry Road. Emergency responders closed the roadway from the time they arrived at the scene until around 8:30 p.m. as they worked to investigate the crash and clear the scene.

A spokesperson with the Clarksville Police Department says that the accident occurred when the driver of “Vehicle 1” crashed into “Vehicle 2” head-on. That caused Vehicle 1 to catch fire and the driver—a 58-year-old Clarksville man—to suffer fatal injuries.

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Wrong-Way Accident on I-24 Wednesday Morning Kills 1

One fatality was reported after two vehicles collided head-on in the eastbound lanes of Interstate 24 early Wednesday morning in Clarksville.

According to a report by, the accident happened just before 2 a.m. near exit 4.

A spokesperson with the Tennessee Highway Patrol told reporters that a vehicle was traveling west in the eastbound lanes of the interstate before it collided with another vehicle. The driver of the vehicle that was traveling in the wrong direction was killed as a result of the accident.

The THP temporarily closed all eastbound lanes of I-24 near the accident to investigate what happened and clear the scene of debris. All traffic was rerouted off the interstate at exit 4 to detour around the accident scene before being allowed to re-enter I-24 at exit 8.

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THP Reports That Traffic Fatalities in TN at Lowest Number Since 1963

The Tennessee Highway Patrol and the Tennessee Department of Safety and Homeland Security had good news to share, as 2015 had the lowest number of recorded traffic fatalities in the state since 1963.

Clarksville Now reports that all Tennessee law enforcement agencies reported the total number of traffic fatalities in their areas to the THP. There were 965 deaths related to vehicle accidents in the state in 2015 compared to 941 deaths in 1963.

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