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Tennessee Highway 64 Opens Once Again Following Accident Close to Ocoee Wildlife Center in Polk County, Tennessee

November 08, 2019

POLK COUNTY, TN – According to an online news report at,  an accident caused the shutdown of both lanes of Highway 64 in Polk County, Tennessee, per the Tennessee Department of Transportation (TDOT).*  

TDOT indicates that the accident involved numerous vehicles and was reported in the evening hours on Highway 64 north between Number Three Damn Road and the Ocoee Wildlife Management area. This area is located northwest of Ducktown.  

The road was closed for several hours while emergency personnel worked the scene.  Three helicopters were dispatched to the scene of the accident.  The Tennessee Highway Patrol is currently conducting an investigation of the accident.  The identification and conditions of the accident victims have not been made publicly available.  

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