Nashville-Davidson, Tennessee 2021-09-15 07:16:02 –
Nashville, Tennessee (WKRN) – A semi-driver who was involved in a fatal accident on Interstate 24 in February is currently being charged.
According to metro police, Royce Mader, 59, was killed in a rear-end collision on the I-65 North Split during slow-moving traffic on the I-24 East.
According to a preliminary study, semi-driver Alexander Cour, 65, took the I-24 Split to I-65 North, did not brake, then collided with the Nissan Armada, and then Madder’s. I collided with a vehicle. After that, her car crashed on a pickup truck and a second semi. She died on the scene.
Four others were taken to the hospital, involving a total of six vehicles.
At the time, MNPD said the Tennessee Highway Patrol would conduct a semi-inspection of Cole on mechanical issues, and the district attorney would be consulted on prosecution at the end of the investigation.
Online records show that Koul is facing several accusations after being booked in Metro Prison on Tuesday.
Suspects include one vehicle murder, four felony assaults with highly lethal weapons, and three felony assaults listed as vehicles. His total deposit is $ 800,000.
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