Officials Find Empty Car After Rollover Crash In Greenbrier

Officials Find Empty Car After Rollover Crash 


GREENBRIER TENNESSEE: (Smokey Barn News) – A vehicle slid off Distillery Road in Greenbrier Saturday and rolled down a steep ravine, landing upside down in a creek.

Though it looks bad, when first responders arrived they found the vehicle to be unoccupied.

The crash occurred on Distillery Rd at Long Branch Dr. MAP The call came into 911 at 12:00 pm.

Officials tell Smokey Barn News that the vehicle will stay where it is until conditions on the road above improve.

The Tennessee Highway Patrol is investigating the incident and we have reached out to them for information on the crash. As soon as we have their report we will update the story here.

Though the main roads are mostly clear the backroads are still slick and icy.

Greenbrier Fire Department, Robertson County EMS and the Tennessee Highway Patrol all responded to the scene.


According to the Tennessee Highway Patrol, the driver, Brandy Cobb, 35, of Greenbrier, driving a Toyota Camry, “lost control due to icy conditions on Distillery road.”

“The vehicle left the roadway and traveled down a steep embankment where it struck a tree. The collision with the tree caused the car to overturn and come to rest on its roof, partially submerged in a small creek. Mrs. Cobb freed herself of the wreckage and walked to a nearby house with no injuries.”

Cobb was not injured in the crash.

Cobb was charged with Driving-While-Revoked

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