Dangerous Intersection Has Tennessee Residents Asking For Help
Posted By Meyerkord & Meyerkord, LLC
Residents of a city in Tennessee are relieved to hear officials are taking
action at a
dangerous intersection in Clarksville. Many neighbors and business owners have considered this
dangerous intersection the reason for weekly traffic accidents. City officials
have approved a new signal for the intersection of Edmonson Ferry Road
and U.S. Highway 41A.
A local business owner whose building is situated at the intersection says
he hears weekly traffic accidents. Authorities say there have been eight
deaths due to traffic accidents at this location since 2014. Just weeks
ago, four people were killed in a head-on collision. Two years ago a Montgomery
County Deputy was killed in a crash here. Residents say the interaction
is two busy and there is no traffic light. The new traffic light at the
intersection is overdue, and residents are eager to have it installed.
The Clarksville Traffic Engineer says a timeline for installation has
yet to be announced, but the project also includes additional turn lanes
and a change in the steep angle that turns. A spokesman for the city of
Clarksville said the mayor is pushing for a quick installation.
A motor vehicle accident in the Greater St. Louis area can result in significant
losses. If you believe a road design flaw or a dangerous intersection
caused your traffic accident, you need an experienced attorney to handle
your case. The traffic accident attorneys at Meyerkord and Meyerkord,
LLC, have recovered significant compensation for clients who have been
injured on a dangerous road.
Contact Meyerkord and Meyerkord, LLC, today to find out your best course of action
and how we can help.