On I-840, debris flies through the windshield and kills the driver

Rutherford County, Tenn. (WKRN) — A 27-year-old old man is unharmed after particles fly through the windshield of his car at some stage in an accident on Interstate 840 due Saturday night time. (Driver killed after debris flies)

Driver killed after debris flies

The accident occurred on Saturday night at mile marker eight on Interstate 840. According to THP, the 1994 Ford Mustang was headed east while the transmission fell from under the car. Officials said particles from the transmission elements ricocheted when hitting the road, went into the air and came into contact with 3 extraordinary vehicles.

Driver killed after debris flies

THP suggested that the alternate 3 motors were heading west on worried I-840 when they collided through transmission elements. Officials say that when elements hit the Infinity Q70’s front bumper, it prompts the hood to snap back, slam into the windshield and install airbags.

The elements then touched down with the Toyota Corolla, causing a hole in the vehicle’s front left tire. Both Infiniti and Toyota were able to stand on the right shoulder.

THP said the particle then went through the Nissan Rogue, hanging 27-year-old Nathaniel Perkins of Smyrna, killing him.

According to THP, there are pending expenses for the driving force of the 1994 Ford Mustang. The matter has now reached the District Attorney’s office.

No additional information was immediately released.

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