Friday, July 20, 2012

Chucky Pike Fatality
A 33-year-old Afton, Tennessee one has lost her life in a single vehicle crash on Chuckey Pike in Greene County. Tennessee Highway Patrol identified the victim as Kylie M Shelton. She was pronounced dead at the scene of that crash near the intersection of Williamson Road and State Route 351, better known as the Chuckey Pike. Driver of the vehicle 32-year-old Marcus Strong of Greene County suffered serious injury and was taken by air ambulance to a local hospital. Troopers are investigating the possibility of drinking or drugs being involved in the fatal accident. Neither passenger was apparently wearing a seatbelt and they were ejected from the vehicle when it ran over an embankment striking a utility pole. State Route 351 was closed for some time Thursday afternoon following that accident just before one o'clock. Investigation continues with no charges being filed at this time, pending further investigation.(CS)

Friday, November 21, 2014

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