Tennessee police officers are busy investigating multiple accidents that took place around the middle of November.
In one Murfreesboro accident, Raymond Davy was driving with two passengers, John Heasley and three-year-old Abigail Heasley, on Friday, November 16. News reports do not indicate how the crash happened, but it involved two other vehicles and three other people. A LifeFlight helicopter took John Heasley to a hospital to treat a potential brain injury.
Police charged Davy with vehicular assault, possession of drug paraphernalia and driving with a suspended license. If Heasley does not survive his injuries, Davy might face harsher charges.
David Mitchell and Thelmarine “May” Frazier
Another accident in Murfreesboro involved 60-year-old David Mitchell. He was driving on New Salem Highway on Monday, November 19 when he suffered a medical emergency. He crashed into three cars and a tree before his car flipped over. A LifeFlight helicopter took him to the hospital as well.
A third incident on Monday, November 19 involved one woman – 68-year-old Thelmarine “May” Frazier. Police are still investigating this accident, but they know that she was inside a Lexus outside her home. Somehow the car caught on fire, and Frazier suffered severe burns while trapped inside. Medics say she has life-threatening injuries. She was taken to the hospital via LifeFlight helicopter.
We will keep all these victims in our prayers. If you know someone who sustained critical injuries or died in a Nashville car accident, there are things you can do to set things right. Call our office at (615) 690-2080 to schedule a free case review with us.
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