Man And Dog Killed In Fatal Kinneys Rd Crash Near Cedar Hill
CEDAR HILL TENNESSEE: (Smokey Barn News) – A two-vehicle accident on Kinneys Rd near Cedar Hill took one life Saturday afternoon.
The crash occurred on Kinneys Rd near Pitt/Richards Rd around 12:30 PM today. MAP
The crash involved two vehicles. The road was closed in both directions for about two hours while the THP investigated the crash.
Adams Fire Chief Ray Brown talked with Smokey Barn News about the crash.
Chief Brown is calling it a T-Bone type crash. Brown said that it appeared that (vehicle 1, a 2007 Ford Mustang) left the roadway and may have over-corrected sending the vehicle back across oncoming traffic where it was struck on the side by a second vehicle, a 2011 Jeep with two occupants.
It was a severe crash that nearly tore one of the vehicles in two. “It was terrible,” Brown said. The driver of the Mustang and (we believe) his pet dog did not survive. Two occupants in the second vehicle, Deborah Hughes and an 11 year old male passenger, both of Cross Plains, were conscious and talking after the crash and were transported to area hospitals with unspecified serious injuries.
According to the Tennessee Highway Patrol, the Mustang, driven by 65-year-old Albert Teamer of Clarksville, was traveling Westbound on Kinneys Rd at a high rate of speed. The Mustang ran off of the road to the right and lost control sliding in front of the Jeep which was traveling East on Kinneys Rd. Both vehicles came to rest out of the roadway.
According to Robertson County EMS, Mr. Teamer was pronounced deceased at the scene.
Robertson County EMS, Robertson County EMA, along with Adams Fire, the Robertson County Sheriffs Office and the Tennessee Highway Patrol responded to the scene.
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