• July 26, 2022

Nathanial Perkins Killed in Loose Debris Accident in Rutherford County, TN

Rutherford County, TN -- July 23, 2022, Nathanial Perkins was killed in , after an accident where parts from a car flew through his windshield.

Authorities reported that the crash took place late Saturday along I-840 near mile marker 58. It appears 27-year-old Nathanial Perkins was in a vehicle traveling westbound on the interstate.

A 1994 Ford Mustang ahead reportedly lost its transmission, causing it to fall into the roadway and fly into vehicles behind the car. Some of the parts went through Perkins's windshield, hitting him.

Perkins sustained fatal injuries due to the incident. Authorities have not given additional details about the crash.

Commentary on Nathanial Perkins Car Accident in Rutherford County

Nathanial Perkins Killed in Loose Debris Accident in Rutherford County, TN

With an older car like the one described here, it's entirely possible this was just a worn down vehicle that was bound to break down at some point. However, with older Mustangs--even relatively new Mustangs--there are a lot of people that customize the vehicle. That makes me wonder if this accident had less to do with the age of the vehicle and more to do with parts that were either installed improperly or were themselves defective. Quite frankly, this isn't the sort of thing authorities tend to look into on their own. That's why my hope is that steps are taken to ensure experienced professionals look into this and get this victim's loved ones some answers.


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