The Daily Brief…. Tuesday, June 25, 2024

The Daily Brief…. Tuesday, June 25, 2024

The Daily Brief…. Tuesday, June 25, 2024

STORIES- Police car crash, truck VS building, Teen still missing…


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Pickup Truck Crashes Into Legacy Village Apartments Office Building

SPRINGFIELD: A pickup truck caused significant damage to one of the office buildings at Legacy Village Apartments, located off Old Greenbrier Pike in Springfield, on Tuesday afternoon. MAP The first call to 911 came in just after 1:00 p.m. Despite people being inside the building at the time of the crash, there were no injuries reported among the occupants or the vehicle’s driver.

According to the Springfield Fire Department, the building was evacuated and cleared until a structural engineer could examine the damage and apply reinforcements if necessary. The cause of the crash was not immediately available.

Responding to the incident were the Springfield Fire Department, Robertson EMS, and Springfield Police. Chosen Towing was called in to remove the vehicle from the building.

Springfield Police Officer Involved in Near Head-On Crash on Highway 49

SPRINGFIELD: On Monday morning around 7:00 a.m., a Springfield police officer was involved in a near head-on collision on Highway 49. The Tennessee Highway Patrol is investigating the crash and reviewing dash cam video to determine the cause of the crash. The crash occurred on Hwy 49 near H York Rd MAP.

The accident prompted an immediate response from multiple agencies, including Coopertown Police, the Pleasant View Volunteer Fire Department, and Robertson County EMS. The officer, whose name has not been released, was driving a marked police vehicle when the incident occurred. No injuries were reported. Chosen Towing was called in to remove the police vehicle.

As soon as the Tennessee Highway Patrol is prepared to release their findings, we will bring them to you.

UPDATE: According to the THP’s preliminary report, Christian Crook, 21, was driving a 2015 Dodge Charger (police vehicle) west on TN-49 when it crossed the center line and entered the lane of Joseph Young, 67, who was driving a 2013 Ford Focus east on TN-49. Young made a controlled maneuver to avoid the collision and went off into the grass on the right shoulder. The Charger sideswiped the Ford, causing Young’s vehicle to spin post-impact and come to a final rest in the eastbound lane facing west. The Dodge Charger came to rest in the lane of travel facing west.


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