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Auto Accident Causes Multiple Fatalities

Auto Accident Causes Multiple Fatalities

A devastating auto accident resulted in multiple fatalities and injuries in Putnam County, Tennessee, on Monday afternoon. According to Putnam County Officials, the auto accident occurred near the intersection of Highway 136 and Bear Creek Road in Cookeville. The police reported a southbound 2013 Honda CRV crossed the centerline on Highway 136 colliding head-on with a 2013 Chevrolet Impala. A 21-year-old and a 66-year-old were tragically killed in the crash. Two of the Impala passengers were children and were airlifted to a Vanderbilt University Medical Center. A passenger in the CRV was taken to Cookeville Regional Hospital by ambulance. Police continue to investigate the horrific crash. Officials did release information, such as drugs or alcohol were not a factor in the accident, and one of the fatal victims was not wearing a safety belt.

Many times, tragic accidents are caused by a driver’s negligence, distraction, or misconduct. If you have been injured in a car accident or lost a loved one in a crash, you need an auto accident attorney you can trust. Your case deserves an attorney who is dedicated, professional and qualified. The auto accident attorneys at Meyerkord and Meyerkord, LLC, are St. Louis’ best, willing to fight for every penny owed to you. Let the attorneys at Meyerkord and Meyerkord help you through your legal journey with support and skill. If you need to talk to someone regarding your potential personal injury or wrongful death claim, take the first step and reach out to us at Meyerkord and Meyerkord’s downtown St. Louis firm for a free consultation. Contact us today.

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