Poor Weather to Blame in Hundreds of Nashville-Area Car Accidents

According to the Tennessean, there were hundreds of car accidents in Nashville and the surrounding area overnight on March 3 due to poor weather. The news outlet reported that between midnight and 11 a.m., Metro police received 276 vehicle crash calls. Injuries were reported in 35 of the accidents.

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All of the major interstates in Nashville were impacted by accidents. From 5 to 7 a.m., there were 125 crashes in Metro Nashville. In one crash, near Charlotte Avenue and Interstate 40, more than 10 vehicles were involved.

Other accidents reported included:

  • A 12-car accident on Interstate 65 northbound at Mile Marker 59
  • A multi-car pileup on Interstate 65, near S.R. 840 in Franklin
  • Several other crashes that were reported on S.R. 840 in Rutherford County

According to the Tennessean, more than an inch of snow fell in the Metro-area during the overnight hours.

I Have Been Injured in a Nashville Car Accident

As the weather outside changes over the upcoming months, make sure that you prepare for potential road hazards including ice, snow and rain. In order to avoid a car accident, you should decrease your speed in poor driving conditions and leave yourself plenty of room to stop.

If you have been hurt by a negligent driver, our Nashville vehicle accident lawyer has decades of experience assisting injury victims. If you have had a loved one killed or been injured by a careless driver, let us handle your case. Call us today at (615) 845-6141.

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