• September 30, 2022

One Killed in Crash with Dump Truck on Georgetown Rd in Cleveland, TN

Cleveland, TN — September 29, 2022, one person died in a collision with a dump truck on Georgetown Road in Bradley County.

Authorities say the incident happened Thursday on the 3800 block of Georgetown Road. Preliminary investigation suggests only that a Kia Soul and a dump truck collided in the area, but investigators haven't released further details about the cause or circumstances of the crash.

The Kia's driver was pronounced dead at the scene. The truck driver was reportedly unhurt.

The investigation continues. No further information is available at this time.

One Killed in Crash with Dump Truck on Georgetown Rd in Cleveland, TN

Commentary on Truck Accident on Georgetown Rd in Cleveland

It's not clear what happened here, but any serious crash is worth getting into the hands of experienced professional investigators. That's not to knock the hard (and often thankless) work police do, but in many cases waiting for them to turn up some real answers doesn't work out as well as it ideally should. If the officers assigned to the crash are inexperienced or insufficiently equipped, crucial details may slip through the cracks.

Maybe that won't be an issue here and police will get to the bottom of things, but I think most would agree that the victim's family deserves to know absolutely no stone was left unturned in pursuit of the whole story.

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