• June 07, 2017

Jakob Davis Killed in Bradley County, TN, Motorcycle Accident

Bradley County, TN -- June 2, 2017, Jakob Davis was killed as the result of an accident in which his motorcycle and another vehicle collided.

Bradley County Sheriff's Deputies were called out to the scene of the accident at around 9:00 p.m. at the intersection of Lee Highway and Davis Road.

Preliminary police reports have not released many details surrounding the fatal incident. They say that 21-year-old Davis was riding a motorcycle along the highway at the time. Somehow, it crossed paths with another vehicle. Neither driver avoided the collision in time, and the two vehicles crashed, ejecting Davis from the motorcycle.

Davis was transported to Tennova Health in critical condition. He later died there. The other driver's condition was not given.

Police did not say if any charges or citations were filed after the accident. The cause was not reported.

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