Driver Charged Following Vehicle Crash on Highway 70 North in Cumberland County
Cumberland County, TN (January 14, 2021) A two vehicle crash occurred on Highway 70 North in Cumberland County on January 14th that resulted in no injuries but left one driver facing citations. The report provided by law enforcement states that the driver of a Ford Explorer was attempting to turn onto Linder Loop when his vehicle collided with the driver of an oncoming Chevy Silverado. The collision caused the Ford’s driver to exit the road. The Ford’s driver was later charged with driving on a revoked license as well as failure to exercise due care and driving without insurance.
The Insurance Institute of Highway Safety has found that there were 33,654 deadly motor vehicle crashes in the United States in 2018 involving 36,560 fatalities. This equates to 11.2 deaths among 100,000 individuals and 1.13 fatalities for every 100 million miles traveled. One of the best ways to avoid ending up in a collision with another vehicle is to pull into traffic slowly and to remain observant of other motorists who might attempt to run red lights.
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