Woman Tragically Dies, Three Others Injured in Hamilton County Crash
Three individuals, per the Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office, have been transported to a local hospital following an accident that occurred on Highway 27 earlier this week. The accident happened on the 17000 block of Highway 27, which is close to Graysville and the Rhea County line. The crash involved three automobiles, with three individuals who sustained injuries. The crash site was blocked to southbound traffic, with traffic being funneled to the northbound shoulder of the roadway.
HAMILTON COUNTY, TN – According to an online news report at newschannel9.com, a woman is dead following a three-vehicle crash close to the Rhea and Hamilton County line earlier this week.*
Per the Hamilton County Sheriff’s office, the accident caused one individual to lose her life. The victim is identified as a 33-year-old woman. A spokesperson from the Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office indicates that a car was heading northbound on Dayton Pike and crossed into the southbound lane, causing it to strike another automobile head-on. The female victim was driving in the southerly lane and died as a result of the impact of the crash. Another automobile that was involved in the crash was right beside the woman’s vehicle that was struck in the southbound lane of the roadway.
In addition to the woman, two others were transported to a local hospital for treatment. Their current status is unknown at this time.
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