Grandmother, Grandson Injured in Hit-and-Run Accident in Williamson County, TN
WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TN – According to an online news report at wcyb.com, the Williamson County Sheriff’s Office is attempting to identify a driver of an 18-wheeler that they state was involved in a hit-and-run accident which caused a grandmother and her 6-year-old grandson to sustain injuries.*
A grandmother and her grandson were injured after being involved in hit-and-run accident. The tractor-trailer that hit them left the scene of the accident. The accident occurred last week in the early afternoon. The crash happened late last week on Interstate 840 close to the Sergeant David L. Loyd Memorial Bridge.
The grandmother indicated that a blue or red 18-wheeler was going past her and hit the side of her car, forcing her to leave the road and go down a hill. The grandmother and her 6-year-old grandson were injured in the accident and are currently recovering.
If you were in the area of this accident and have any information that could help us find the truck driver, please call Williamson County Sgt. George Poss at 615-642-5762.
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