Injured? Dial #WIN or #946 from your cellphone for your free consultation or call 1-800-LAW-NEED.
Call Us 24/7
( 1-800-529-6333 )
We are open & here for you

Police Identify 58-Year-Old Woman as Victim of Horrific Nashville Accident on I-65

August 05, 2019

NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE – As reported in online news articles published by and, a 58-year-old woman has been identified as the victim of a tragic accident two days following the accident which happened on I-65.*

According to local authorities, an accident on I-65 was so severe that they were not able to identify the victim until two days later when the victim’s family members called the police.  The accident happened on southbound I-65 when the 58-year-old woman parked her 2005 Lexus RX330 in the second from the left lane.  

The woman’s vehicle was initially struck by a Nissan Maxima that was pushed off the interstate to the right, ending up in a ditch.  The Lexus remained in a travel lane after the collision with the Maxima and was subsequently struck by a tractor-trailer.  The driver of the tractor-trailer told authorities that he tried to avoid hitting the Lexus but was unable to do so.  

The impact of this second collision caused the Lexus to “spin” down the highway and slam into a concrete barrier before catching fire.  The tractor-trailer ended up crossing all travel lanes and clipped another tractor-trailer before coming to a rest and blocking all lanes.

The 58-year-old victim’s family contacted authorities after realizing the woman was unaccounted for. Because the horrific accident ended up with the Lexus catching fire, the 58-year-old woman’s injuries were so severe that authorities were unable to identify her.  Without the assistance of the woman’s family, it may have taken much longer to determine the woman’s identity.

The cause of the accident is unknown, and because the 58-year-old woman was killed in the accident, authorities may never find an answer as to why the woman’s Lexus was parked in a traffic lane on southbound I-65.  The accident is still under investigation, and there is no indication at this time that either the driver of the Maxima or the tractor-trailer will be facing criminal charges.

Accident News is a driver safety and education initiative from Montlick & Associates, designed to help people better understand and thereby avoid common accident causes.  To learn more about our injury prevention programs, including - click here. We hope you are never in an accident, but if you or family member are injured, call Montlick & Associates 24/7 for your free consultation at 1-800-LAW-NEED (1-800-529-6333) or use our live chat at

Source: and

* This blog is intended to provide the public with news concerning serious automobile accidents and related stories. Although we are receiving this information from news organizations, initial reports may be different from conclusions reached by law enforcement personnel and other organizations, upon further investigation. Therefore, the accuracy of the content is not guaranteed. The information published here is based on information that has already been reported by a news organization, or other sources, and we cannot and do not assume responsibility for its accuracy. The source that we utilized at the time is provided above. If this posting pertains to you or your family and you do not wish for it to be on our website, please email us at [email protected] and we will be happy to remove it, but when doing so, please include a link to the the article that you wish to be taken down.

Category: Accident News

Please Note:
Many of our blog articles discuss the law. All information provided about the law is very general in nature and should not be relied upon as legal advice. Every situation is different, and should be analyzed by a lawyer who can provide individualized advice based on the facts involved in your unique situation, and a consideration of all of the nuances of the statutes and case law that apply at the time.