Topic: Tennessee Highway Patrol
Clarksville, TN – While traveling home from work, at approximately 8:50pm on April 26th, Investigator Geoff Blanchard with the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office (MCSO) was involved in a head on collision on Ashland City Road, near Avondale Apartments.
Ashland City Road was closed down until approximately 5:00am this morning. Clarksville Fire Rescue (CFR) and Emergency Medical Services (EMS) worked to free Blanchard, from his vehicle where he was pinned for nearly an hour. Blanchard was transported to a Nashville Hospital by EMS.
Clarksville, TN – Clarksville Police reports all lanes of Interstate 24 are now open. Tennessee Highway Patrol troopers remain on scene to monitor traffic and continue the crash investigation.
The area is still slow and very congested from traffic which had backed up for several miles. The guardrail curled out onto the roadway after impact with a car.
Three tractor-trailers struck the guardrail and other debris, flattening tires and breaking air-lines on the big rigs.
Clarksville, TN – The Clarksville Police Department reports a crash on Interstate 24 has shut down all westbound traffic from milemarker 11 to milemarker 8.
Motorists are asked to divert from this route until about 6:00am. Clarksville officers were notified of a crash on the interstate at 3:48am. A car had reportedly hit a guardrail, causing other vehicles, including two eighteen-wheelers, to take damage from the guardrail and resulting debris.
Tennessee Highway Patrol Sergeant Jeff Reed Rescues a Woman and Two Children from a Flooding Vehicle
Nashville, TN – The Tennessee Highway Patrol (THP) wants to pass along the actions of Sergeant Jeff Reed who is assigned to THP’s Lawrenceburg District. Last night the Giles County area experienced a severe weather event, consisting of high winds and strong rains.
The THP dispatchers alerted Sgt. Reed that US Hwy 31 in Giles County was flooded and there were vehicles in the area. The sergeant proceeded directly to the area and noticed that a vehicle was trapped in deep water with a lady waving her hands frantically out the window.
Tennessee Highway Patrol Trooper saves Fort Campbell Soldier’s Life
Nashville, TN – The Tennessee Highway Patrol (THP) was very proud to have Trooper Vincent Meaker assigned to Montgomery County of the THP Nashville District honored by U.S. Army Colonel Craig Alia of Fort Campbell Kentucky.
Colonel Alia met with Trooper Meaker personally to show his appreciation for his heroic actions and duty before self that saved a Fort Campbell soldier’s life.
Trooper Meaker was patrolling I-24 in Montgomery County, February 29th, 2015 at 12:30am. During this time, he observed a pickup truck traveling east on I-24 at a very high rate of speed.
Clarksville, TN – Early this morning, March 18th, 2016 at 12:24am, Clarksville Police Officers responded to a Shots Fired call at the 200 block of Timber Court. No one was injured, but a vehicle was damaged by the gunshots.
The owner of the damaged vehicle said she heard five to six shots. She stated that she saw Tionna Thomas driving a burgundy Trailblazer with other occupants quickly flee the area.
Nashville, TN – Colonel Tracy Trott of the Tennessee Highway Patrol (THP) has recorded a Tennessee “Call to Action Traffic Safety Video” requesting a commitment from every Tennessee motorist to be safe. The message is direct: The time is here, the time is now to stop highway related traffic deaths. It is your time to do what you must to protect yourself and your loved ones.
“If you speed, don’t wear your seat belt, drive distracted, impaired or have reckless driver behaviors, then it is time to ask yourself, why? We care about your safety, we ask that you care too. These are questions the THP and law enforcement across Tennessee are asking each and every day. Remember, in 2015 Tennessee had 961 fatalities on our roadways. That is unacceptable. Our goal is to have zero fatalities,” said Colonel Trott.
Nashville, TN – The Tennessee Highway Patrol (THP) Identity Crimes Unit (ICU) announces National Consumer Protection Week. National Consumer Protection Week is March 6th-12th.
The Tennessee Department of Safety and Homeland Security’s Identity Crimes Unit wants to remind you to be on-guard and always be aware. Scams are on the rise and ICU is advising Tennesseans of the threats that can cost victims millions of dollars annually.
Clarksville, TN – The Clarksville Police Department reports currently, on Interstate 24 at Exit 4 eastbound, all lanes of travel are closed, due to a crash at mile marker 7. This roadway is expected to be closed for an extended period of time.
Tennessee Highway Patrol is the lead investigating agency.
Nashville, TN – The Tennessee Department of Transportation, Governor’s Highway Safety Office, and Tennessee Department of Safety and Homeland Security are once again teaming up to remind Tennessee football fans that real Fans Don’t Let Fans Drive Drunk this Super Bowl weekend.
“We want you to have a good time, but more importantly, we want you to be safe,” said TDOT Commissioner John Schroer. “The chances of you, or someone you love, being in a drunk driving crash increases over the weekend and even more over a holiday weekend. Everyone thinks it won’t happen to them and it always happens to somebody. Don’t be that somebody.”
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