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Park City Truck Accident Kills Two

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According to the Associated Press, two people died on August 27 when a sedan and a tractor-trailer truck collided in Park City, near the Tennessee-Alabama state line.

The truck accident occurred along U.S. 431/231, about six miles north of the Alabama border. The Tennessee Highway Patrol (THP) identified the victims as Carl, 86 and Frances, 80, Bauer of Ardmore, Ala.

An investigation into the crash is ongoing, but an accident report said that the Bauer’s car pulled into traffic in front of the tractor-trailer truck. The crash occurred shortly after 4 p.m., and skid marks extended about 30 yards, near the scene of the crash. The speed limit on the highway is 55 mph.

The Bauer’s were driving a Ford 500, which was badly damaged. According to the AP, officials were seen pulling a body from a pond just south of where the accident occurred. The truck driver, from Danville, Ala., was not injured in the crash.

Aside from death, truck accidents can result in serious personal injuries including traumatic brain injury, spinal cord injuries, amputation and broken bones. If you are ever injured in a truck accident, remember to stay calm and trust in God. You should immediately seek medical attention and contact Nashville truck accident attorney Stanley A. Davis, as our office can find out if your accident was the result of a negligent truck driver.

If you or someone close to you has suffered a serious injury or you have had a loved one killed in a truck accident, let us help you. Contact our office now at (615) 845-6141 for a free evaluation of your case.

“And we know that all things work together for good to them that love God, to them who are the called according to his purpose.” – Romans 8:28