Nashville-Davidson, Tennessee 2021-10-04 02:42:22 –
Nashville, Tennessee (WTVF) — A woman in Texas died in a scooter crash in downtown Nashville on Sunday night.
According to Metro Nashville police, the crash occurred around 7:30 pm. Near the intersection of 3rd Avenue South and Symphony Place on Sunday.
According to investigators, Melinda Lovelady, 54, is on a lime scooter in the north-bound lane south of Third Avenue when she collides with the rear tires of a moving semi-track in the south-bound lane of the road. rice field. She died on the scene.
Police in Metro Nashville said she was from Tyler, Texas.
Breaking News: Melinda Lovelady, 54, of Tyler, Texas, was killed when she lost control of a lime scooter in the northbound lane of 3rd Av S @ Symphony Pl. Lovelady collided with the rear tire of a moving semi-tractor bound south. She died on the scene. pic.twitter.com/Dy74qxIuYk
— Metro Nashville PD (@MNPDNashville) October 4, 2021
At this time, Metro Nashville police have not stated whether Love Lady has contributed particularly to losing control of the scooter.
A Lime Scooters spokesperson told NewsChannel 5 in an email, “We are investigating the case and will hold comments until more details are available.”
Scooter was first seen on the sidewalks and streets of Nashville in 2018. Their arrival encountered both excitement and the opposite. Collision involving scooters including those who killed 26 years old Brady Gaulke in May 2019Finally led to the former Mayor David Briley demands that they be permanently banned from Nashville..
Attempts to ban scooters altogether never passed in Nashville. However, New regulations for scooter companies Eventually it came into effect later in the summer.
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