• May 17, 2017

Driver Killed in Hampshire, TN, 18-wheeler Accident on Hampshire Pkwy

Hampshire, TN -- May 16, 2017, a driver was killed following an accident in which a pickup and an 18-wheeler collided on Hampshire Parkway.

Investigators from Tennessee Highway Patrol were called to the scene of the accident in the morning hours of Tuesday. They say that the crash occurred along Hampshire Parkway near the intersection of Overhead Bridge Road.

Preliminary details surrounding the accident indicate that the driver of a pickup and the driver of an 18-wheeler were both headed in opposite directions down the highway. Police say that, due to factors not yet determined, the two vehicles crossed paths and crashed head-on.

The driver of the pickup was fatally injured and died at the scene. The 18-wheeler driver was transported to Maury Regional Medical Center for treatment of non-life-threatening injuries.

State Police say that the factors causing the accident are still under investigation at this time. No further information has been released.

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