Police Arrest Man Following Knoxville Crash that Injures Woman and Damages School Bus
Knoxville, TN (February 17, 2021) The Knoxville Police Department on February 18th arrested a man in connection to a shooting that both injured a woman and damaged a Knox County school bus. The arrest occurred after Knoxville Police responded to North Central Street and Atlantic Avenue on February 17th in connection to a reported shooting with a victim. The victim is reported to have been driving near the intersection of the two streets when the woman was struck by gunfire. Police located the vehicle that crashed into a building and the woman was promptly transported to a nearby medical facility with life-threatening injuries. The Knoxville Police Department also reports that a Knox County school bus was struck by a bullet during the shooting. Three people including a student were on the bus at the time of shooting, but the police report that no one in the vehicle was injured. The road was closed afterward for several hours so law enforcement could investigate.
This crash represents a recent string of violent acts that have occurred in the county. In 2020, Knox County saw 2,583 car accidents involving injuries.
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