• May 09, 2017

Marcus Dixon Killed in Nashville, TN, Pedestrian Accident

Nashville, TN -- May 5, 2017, Marcus Dixon was fatally injured as the result of an accident in which he was struck by an 18-wheeler on the highway.

Officials from the Nashville Police Department were called to investigate the accident, which they say occurred near the intersection of Briley Parkway and Elm Hill Pike.

Initial reports indicate that 27-year-old Dixon was dropped off along Elm Hill by a cab, and he then began walking. He eventually reached the southbound lanes of Briley Parkway and began walking northbound against traffic. An oncoming 18-wheeler did not see him in time, and a collision occurred.

Authorities reported that Dixon suffered fatal injuries in the accident and died at the scene. At this time, police have not released any additional details surrounding the accident.

Investigations are ongoing.

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