PLEASANT VIEW WRECK – NO ONE INJURED

0
527
Friday, January 27, 2017 wreckage along Pleasant View Main Street, no one was injured and Pleasant View Police were waiting on wrecker service to arrive and remove vehicle. -Photo by Jessica Steele

PLEASANT VIEW WRECK ON Friday, January 27, shortly after 3:00 p.m. motorist hits a pole on Pleasant View Main Street.  Photos capture the bizarre occurrence.  Instead of the car just hitting the pole, it drove up the pole and stopped before flipping.    

Pleasant View Police confirm no one is injured and awaits wrecker service crew members to arrive and remove the vehicle. -Photo by Jessica Steele

Pleasant View Police confirmed driver and passenger(s) of the vehicle were not injured in the incident. No other vehicles were involved and it is unknown at this time the cause of the accident.  

Friday, January 27, 2017 wreck along Pleasant View Main Street.  No one was injured. – Photo by Jessica Steele

Motorist and passenger(s) of passing vehicles could be seen with wide eyes and gapping mouths opened in disbelief as they caught sight of the bizarre wreckage.  

Pleasant View Police were hoping the wrecked vehicle could be moved from the pole without it flipping over.  

Cheatham News (c) 2017

Facebook Comments
VIATonya Steele
SOURCECheatham News
SHARE
Previous articleOBITUARY MARY LUCY DYCE
Next articleJOHN NEUENSCHWANDER MURDERED ON GOLF COURSE LANE
I’m a dedicated, fair and objective reporter/journalist currently reporting and writing for the I-24 Exchange Newspaper, circulated and distributed each week to nearly 10000 residential mailboxes, in Northern Cheatham County, Tennessee. My main objective for Cheatham News is to provide current news coverage with a wide range of compelling topics that interest the youth of today, elderly and everyone in between through an online platform. Cheatham News will focus on local and county news including politics, breaking news, community schools, sports, city and county council meetings but there’ll be more the local news. I aspire to focus on what life is like, in our little corner of the world, where my family and I live in a small southern town. The southern sayins’, ole wives tales, recipes and mannerisms are a part of history I’d like to keep alive in the fast paced world of today. It brings me joy to share the uniqueness of life in a small southern town. You can learn more about myself, representatives and sponsors affiliated with Cheatham News and contributing authors biographies and credentials under the ‘About’ tab on the Home Page.

Leave a Reply