Wednesday Morning Rollovers Slow Traffic In Robertson County
ROBERTSON COUNTY TENNESSEE: (Smokey Barn News) – First responders in Robertson County had their hands full Wednesday morning as two rollover crashes slowed traffic on two major arteries.
The first crash occurred on I65 South just outside White House. A commercial pickup truck hauling a trailer overturned, the vehicle landing upside down on its roof. Somehow all occupants escaped the crash with only minor injuries. The White House Community Volunteer Fire Department, the Robertson County Emergency Management Agency, Robertson County EMS, and the Tennessee Highway Patrol all responded to the scene.
According to Fire Chief Joe Williams with the White House Community Volunteer Fire Department, a good samaritan was the first on the scene and pulled out the windshield to free the occupants. The cause of the crash was not immediately available. See additional photos below~ courtesy WCVFD.
The second rollover crash occurred at the bottom of the county near the Pebble Brook Golf Course on Tom Austin Hwy around 11 am. An SUV overturned landing on its wheels partly in the roadway. MAP Traffic was slow for about an hour while first responders cleared the scene. According to officials at the scene, the driver was not injured in the crash. The Pleasant View Volunteer Fire Department, the Robertson County Emergency Management Agency, Robertson County EMS, and the Coopertown Police Department all responded to the crash. Again, the cause of the crash has not been released.