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Driver Avoids Injury after Cumberland County Crash

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Cumberland County, TN  (January 16, 2021) A motor vehicle driver avoided injury following a car crash that occurred on January 18th on Bud Tanner Road close to Wolf Creek Road. The report provided by law enforcement states that the driver of a Chevy Silverado was going down a steep hill while the road was covered in snow. As a result of the weather and road conditions, the driver lost control of his vehicle while navigating a curve and ran off the road. The truck then went down an embankment and collided with several trees before coming to a stop. Both the Chevy’s driver and passenger were wearing seat belts at the time of the collision.

The Federal Highway Administration has found that approximately 70 percent of the United States population lives in snowy regions where roads become covered with snow and ice each year and are difficult to navigate. Both snow and ice reduce friction and subsequently vehicle maneuverability, which causes slower speeds, reduced roadway capacity, and increases the risk of accidents. Each year, approximately 24 percent of weather-related crashes occur on snowy or icy roads and 15 percent of these crashes occur during snow or sleet.

Do Not Hesitate to Contact an Experienced Tennessee Personal Injury Lawyer                 

Regardless of whether your car crash was the result of adverse weather conditions or some other factor, if someone else caused your crash you should not hesitate to contact a dedicated car crash attorney. At Fox Farley Willis & Burnette, our lawyers understand the challenges commonly faced by car accident victims and remain committed to fighting for the results they deserve. Contact us today for assistance.

 

Note: This post was written based on available resources, news stories, and online reports about this incident. As is often the case with fast breaking news, there is always the risk that some details are still being shared and uncovered. Please contact us if you notice any information that should be changed or added. Thanks!

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