Six-vehicle accident on Main Street causes havoc

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    NICOLE TRACY | The Nashville News An accident occurred on Main Street yesterday involving six vehicles. One driver was transported to Howard Memorial Hospital via the Howard County Ambulance Service with injuries sustained during the collision.

    TERRICA HENDRIX
    Editor

    NASHVILLE – Police are investigating a six-vehicle accident that occurred on Main Street yesterday.
    According to Nashville Police Officer Aaron Quick, officers responded to multiple-car accident near The Nashville News at 2:37 p.m on Jan. 13.
    “Vehicle 4 – driven by Tanya King – was stopped in the southbound lane attempting to turn into the City Hall parking lot with three other vehicles stopped behind her. Vehicle 1 – driven by Brittney Pearson – rear-ended Vehicle 2 – driven by Steven Snell – causing a train reaction to rear-ending all vehicles in line. When Snell’s vehicle was rear-ended, his accelerator stuck and causing his vehicle to continue driving south. Snell pulled
    his emergency brake and jumped out of the car. His car made a U-turn,” hitting two Nashville News employee’s parked vehicles; Natasha Worley’s (ad manager) car and Michael Graves’ (Publisher) truck, Quick explained.
    The officer added that Snell was transported by ambulance to Howard Memorial Hospital and that Pearson, 28, of Nashville “was issued a citation for no proof of insurance and was charged with refusal to submit to a chemical test.”
    Pearson was cited and released that day.
    Vehicles involved in the accident, include:
    Brittney Pearson – Vehicle 1
    Steven Snell – Vehicle 2
    Laura Gilbert – Vehicle 3
    Tanya King – Vehicle 4
    Natasha Worley – Vehicle 5
    Michael Graves – Vehicle 6.
    Nashville Police Officers investigating the accident – in addition to Quick – include: Wayne Epperly, Narcotics Investigator Mark Barnes, Investigator Larry Marion, Assistant Chief Amy Marion, Chris Gates and Howard County Investigator Jade Hughes.

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