Six People Injured in Crash on State Route 258 in Hendersonville, Tennessee
HENDERSONVILLE, TN. – According to an online news story from fox17.com, six people were injured in a vehicle crash January 6 on State Route 258 in Hendersonville, Tennessee. The accident involved three vehicles, and one of the injured people had to be airlifted away from the scene to a nearby hospital.*
The accident occurred on the evening of January 6, around 9 p.m., in Hendersonville. Three vehicles somehow collided on State Route 258 (New Hope Road), near Hogans Branch Road. It is not clear how the crash happened, and the nature of the crash was not reported. A fire broke out involving at least one vehicle after impact.
Reports did not indicate how many people were involved, but six people in total were injured in the accident. Two people had to be extricated from vehicles, according to Shackle Island Fire Rescue. One of the victims was then airlifted from the scene by LifeFlight to a nearby hospital. He was described as a man in his 30s or 40s, and he was reportedly alert and talking when the helicopter left.
The other five people were transported by ambulance to hospitals. The extent of their injuries and medical conditions are not known. No one involved has been identified.
Authorities have not provided any potential factors for the crash or any information about who might have been responsible. It is not clear if anyone was cited. The Sumner County Sheriff’s Office, Sumner County EMS, Henderson Police Department, and New Shackle Island Fire Department responded to the scene. The scene was cleared and road reopened around 2 a.m. on January 7.
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