A Deadly Shooting Shut Down I-24 East In Robertson County!
Breaking News! Monday evening brought a lot of chaos and tremble to a part of Tennessee. A fatal shooting was observed in the East of Robertson County. All the interstate 24 lanes were closed near highway 256 exit, Maxey Road. Now the Tennessee investigation officers are keeping a check on the matter.
What Is The Real Reason For Shooting?
The Bureau of Investigation confirmed there was a fatality involved. DA General Robert Nash requested the TBI special agents to investigate the matter and now it is all over the news.
Recently, the shootings around Interstate 24 have increased. Metro officers were the witness to a road-rage shooting on October 27 when one person was badly injured.
Before that, the offers also reported an incident on October 24. Then, a 41 year’s old woman was injured because several bullets were fired through a trunk.
After so many occurrences, the officials have asked that whoever travels through the west or eastbound Interstate 24 lanes should be careful. If they had seen any sign of disturbance or accidents on Monday around 5:45 to 6:00 pm, call the police to report what they saw. They can call 1-800-TBI-FIND.
After the deadly shooting, one person was found dead. Now since such a scene has taken place, all the traffic would be shifted from there to Highway 41A. If someone wants to go to interstate 24 can do that at 19 om-ramp. All the routes to the I-24 are closed until the matter is resolved.
The past few weeks have been bad for Robertson County as nobody knows the real reason for these shootings. Now that the authorities are taking the matter seriously, some relief can be expected soon from the citizens. For now, it is expected from the public that they divert from the route and stay safe.
What Was The Report Incoming To The Traffic Police That Night?
After Interstate 24 was shut down, there were reports incoming to the traffic police from drivers. They were stuck on the road for more than 4 hours and couldn’t go back home. Around 11:22 p.m.
on that night, the traffic police told drivers that they might be able to move by 11:45 p.m. Before that, they couldn’t turn back, they couldn’t move forward, and everyone around was in a state of panic.
One of the drivers traveling that route informed me that the fatal accident began around 6:15 p.m. and he was stuck in the same position for more than 5 hours. to gather information from the drivers, Clarksville sought help from Montgomery, TBI, THP, and Clarksville County Sheriff and police.
As reported by the Tennessee Highway Patrol, the law enforcement investigation would go on for a long time now. The matter is serious and every other day, people are either getting injured or dead.
Since the accident took place outside Montgomery County, their law enforcement would only support traffic control and would not become a part of the murder investigation. What lies ahead for the people in danger can only be seen in the future.
Right now, the safety of people lies in the hands of the officers and there has been no official confirmation about the reason behind these accidents and shootings and who is doing all this.
To know further about this matter, we all have to wait and let the Tennessee officers do their work. Our trust is instilled in them and hopefully, they can put a stop to these continuous problems soon.
If you are a resident of Tennessee and are scared due to continuous accidents, you can always seek help from the police. They are always helpful and ready for service.
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