Fatal Crash Claims Two On New Hall Rd Near White House
UPDATE: December 27, victims identified, preliminary THP report released.
WHITE HOUSE TENNESSEE: (Smokey Barn News) – New Hall Road near White House was closed for several hours following a rollover crash that has claimed two lives on December 14.
The crash occurred around 10:30 pm on New Hall Road near Hwy 31W. MAP
According to officials at the scene, the vehicle, a 2006 Chevy Silverado, had three occupants, now identified as Patricia Walters, 41, of White House TN, Ronald Walters, 31, also of White House TN and Daulton Biggs, 21, of Cottontown. Ronald and Patricia Walters did not survive. Daulton Biggs survived the crash and was transported to Skyline Medical Center in Nashville in fair condition.
According to the Tennessee Highway Patrol’s preliminary crash report, with Patricia Walters driving, the vehicle was heading East on New Hall Road when the vehicle failed to negotiate a curve and ran off the road. The vehicle entered a ditch embankment and began to roll, finally landing on its roof. All occupants were ejected during the crash. According to the THP, none of the occupants were wearing safety restraints.
A Go-Fund-Me page set up to help alleviate some of the financial stress that the family of Ronald and Patricia Walters are currently facing.
According to her on her obituary, Trish had a heart for Jesus! After becoming involved at Northridge Church in White House, she served in the Nourish ministry for single moms, attended Bible Study at church and in the community and did whatever she could to make a difference in the lives of those that were struggling or in need of encouragement.
Through her outreach and sharing her testimony, Trish developed many lasting friendships. Trish previously worked for Beauty For Ashes ~A Healing Place as weekend manager. She loved the women in recovery and couldn’t wait to serve them every time she was there. Her love for the Lord allowed her to minister in a special and dedicated way! Trish loved and invested in people.
Ronald “Ronnie” was a graduate of Monroe County high school in Tompkinsville Kentucky. He made his home in White House Tennessee where he worked at Tate Fabrication as a welder. He loved to have fun and was rarely seen without a smile. Ronnie enjoyed being outside and spending time with his family and friends and especially being a father.
Robertson County EMS, the White House Community Volunteer Fire Department, and the Tennessee Highway Patrol all responded to the crash.
This crash brought the December 14th weekend death total in the White House area to three. Earlier on Saturday, a fiery head-on crash took the life of a Lebanon man. FULL STORY
The staff at Smokey Barn News sends our condolences to everyone affected by these two tragedies.
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