Sun, Feb 7, 2016


Update on fiery I-24 crash Wednesday

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A fiery crash occurred on I-24 in Coffee County early Wednesday morning. According to the Tennessee Highway Patrol, this incident involved only one vehicle, a non-hazardous tractor trailer. The truck erupted into flames causing Interstate 24 west bound at mile marker 116 to be shut down as motorist attempted to head into Rutherford County. The vehicle crashed in the construction zone where work is being done at the old weigh station. Traffic had to be diverted off Exit 117 onto US Hwy 41 for about 2 ½ hours.

The driver was injured in the crash but no details were available on his condition. Hillsboro Volunteer Fire Department worked the 18-wheeler fire.


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