• June 01, 2017

Lebanon, TN: Patricia Winfree Killed, Two Hurt in Accident on Highway 70

Lebanon, TN -- A crash on Highway 70 in Lebanon, Tennessee claimed the life of 63-year-old Patricia Winfree and left two hurt Tuesday, May 30, 2017.

The crash happened Tuesday night.

Based upon the preliminary press release, it appears a Hyundai Elantra crashed with a box truck. The collision killed Ms. Winfree at the scene. The driver of the truck and a passenger were left with non-life threatening injuries.

Further information may be forthcoming as the investigation reaches its conclusion.

There was no more information provided by the report.

The official investigation into the deadly incident is underway at this time.

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