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One Injured in Rutherford County Car Accident

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According to WTVF-TV, a person was killed in a rollover vehicle accident in Rutherford County on November 10.

The station reported that the crash happened around 9:40 a.m., off State Route 840 near mile marker 47. Troopers with the Tennessee Highway Patrol (THP) said that only one person was injured in the collision.

According to the THP, the driver of a Ford Explorer veered off the road and lost control of the vehicle for unknown reasons. Witnesses said the driver attempted to overcorrect his steering, causing the vehicle to flip multiple times before coming to rest on the road.

The victim was taken via LifeFlight to Vanderbilt University Medical Center. The crash remains under investigation. Officials said that alcohol and drug tests are pending.


Overcorrecting often leads to fatal accidents and rollover crashes, as drivers and passengers are ejected from vehicles. It occurs when a person over steers in reaction to an event and loses control of his or her vehicle.

Sometimes, overcorrecting a vehicle can lead to multiple vehicle accidents. When this occurs, it is important for you to contact our Nashville vehicle accident lawyer, who understands what you are going through, and can give you the personal and heartfelt attention your case deserves.

Our car accident attorney has represented victims injured or wronged by negligence and collected million dollar verdicts and settlements. In one case, our firm obtained a $400,000 settlement for a middle-aged man who suffered soft tissue shoulder injury and spinal cord injuries in a car accident in Wilson County.

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