Topic: Fatal Accident Crash Team
Clarksville, TN – On November 18th, 2012, around 3:05am, there was a Fatal Accident Crash Team callout at 690 Ringgold Road. It was a single car crash.
Amber Webster, 21, 1974 Timberline Way was driving south on Ringgold Road, in a 2005 Suzuki Firenza.
She lost control of her vehicle for an unknown reason, went off the right side of the road in front of 690 Ringgold Road, and collided with a utility pole.
Clarksville, TN – On March 3rd, 2012, around 2:00pm, the Fatal Accident Crash Team was called to a single car crash which sent four teenagers to the hospital.
According to witnesses and vehicle occupants’ accounts, a 2002 Ford Focus driven by a 17 year old was traveling south (right lane) on Needmore Road at an excessive rate of speed, crossed left of the center line, over corrected, went off the right side of the road, over corrected again, crossed the northbound lane, went off the left side of the road, the vehicle rotated back onto the roadway and came to rest in the southbound lane.
Clarksville, TN – On April 10th, around 7:00pm, the Fatal Accident Crash Team (F.A.C.T) responded to a motor vehicle crash in the area of 3425 Pembroke Road. Carlos M. Bourne, 33 was traveling on Pembroke Road out of Kentucky into Clarksville when he lost control of his Chevy Tahoe, left the roadway, crossed two driveways, hit a culvert, went airborne, and collided with a tree in the yard at 3418 Pembroke Road.
Clarksville, TN – Officer Michael Caver with the Fatal Accident Crash Team (F.A.C.T) is the lead investigator into the hit and run crash that sent Coleman Ryan Collins to Vanderbilt hospital for treatment of multiple injuries to include injury to the spleen and fractured vertebrae.
Through his investigation, Officer Caver uncovered that Collins’ motor scooter was rear-ended on Fort Campbell Blvd south of Lady Marion. The vehicle that hit the scooter had immediately left the scene, but damaged parts from the hit and run vehicle were left at the scene.
Clarksville, TN – On March 3rd, 2011, around 7:35pm, the Fatal Accident Crash Team responded to a single vehicle crash on Fort Campbell Blvd.
Freeman Junior Pinkney, 46, left the parking lot of a club at 1962 Fort Campbell Blvd on a 2006 Suzuki heading southbound, accelerated, lost control of the motorcycle and crashed. The motorcycle skidded approximately 75 ft. before it came to rest. «Read the rest of this article»
Clarksville, TN – Clarksville Police Department’s Fatal Accident Crash Team was called out on two separate crashes within a half hour of each other.
One crash resulted in a fatality and the other crash sent a man to Vanderbilt by Life Flight.
Clarksville, TN – At 5:00am this morning, Officer Stephen Holman was sent to investigate a citizen’s call about lines hanging low across the 1100 block of Needmore Road, little did he realize that he was actually going to the scene of a fatal crash.
Officer Holman quickly found the lines hanging across Needmore Road, but upon further investigation he found a 2006 Toyota Tundra with two occupants inside that had run off the road into a ditch in the wood line. The passenger in the vehicle, Lori Marie Armel, 23, of Clarksville was deceased at the scene; the driver, Ian Nicholas Cross-Fajt, 24 of Clarksville was alive, but had sustained head trauma and other injuries.
On August 10, 2009, at 9:46 a.m. , there was a fatal accident crash at the intersection of the 41A Bypass and Edmondson Ferry Rd. A 2004 Ford Taurus driven by Frances Davis (F), 58, of Clarksville with a passenger, Denise West, 42, of Clarksville were crossing the 41A Bypass from Edmondson Ferry Rd. when a 2005 Nissan Quest driven by Richard Carlsen, 65, of Clarksville with a passenger, Ellen Carlsen, 74 of Clarksville collided with the passenger side of the Ford Taurus as it was crossing the 41A Bypass.
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Christine Piesyk contributed to the news portion of this report. Thea Agnew reflects on her friendship with the Rich and Judy Sims.
Richard Sims, 51, a teacher at social studies teacher at Northeast Middle School, was fatally injured Monday night in a motorcycle accident on Martin Luther King Kr. Parkway. His wife, Judy Sims, was critically injured. Both victims were wearing helmets at the time of the crash.
Mr. Sims has been a Clarksville-Montgomery County School System teacher for 10 years. His wife, Judy, is a real estate agent at the Sango branch of Crye-Leike Real Estate.
Sims was driving a BMW motorcycle with his wife, Judy, as a passenger behind him, traveling northeast toward I-24 when it hit a Nissan SUV attempting to cross the parkway from Fire Station Road, according to reports from the Fatal Accident Crash Team.
Driving the SUV was Michele Small, who said she did not see the motorcycle approach. Small was uninjured.
The woman driving the SUV, Michele Small, 50, said she didn’t see the motorcycle coming, Bechtold said. «Read the rest of this article»
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