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1 person killed after a motorcycle accident in Smyrna (Smyrna, TN)

On Thursday morning, one person died following a two-vehicle collision in Smyrna.

As per the initial information, the motorcycle crash took place at about 11:30 a.m. at the intersection of US-41/North Lowry Street and Jefferson Pike in Rutherford County. The early reports showed that a motorcycle and another vehicle crashed into each other for undetermined reasons.

One person suffered major injuries and was declared dead at the scene by the officials. It is unknown if the motorcycle rider or the vehicle’s driver died as a result of the wreck. The identity of the deceased will be revealed once the next of kin is notified. No other information is available.

The cause of the crash is under investigation.

May 13, 2022

Source: WZTV

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