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Wrong Way DUI Driver Wrecks On I-40 In Cumberland County
Peg Broadcasting News Wednesday January 17, 2018

An alleged drunk driver going the wrong way on I-40 in Cumberland County is being blamed for causing a multi-vehicle crash that shut down the interstate for hours Wednesday afternoon. The accident occurred around 12:30 p.m. at the west bound 316 miler marker. According to Investigating Trooper William Morgan of the Tennessee Highway Patrol, 43-year-old Dillon F. Smith, of Crossville, was traveling east in the west bound lanes when his 1997 Dodge Ram pickup crashed head-on into a 2017 International semi-truck driven by 50-year-old Kurt D. Craig of Murfreesboro, Tennessee. The pickup spun around and was hit by a 2001 Peterbilt driven by 27-year-old Vladimir Zmeu of Pensacola, Florida. The Peterbilt then rear-ended the International. None of the drivers was reported injured. Dillon Smith was arrested for DUI and driving the wrong way.


TDOT Public Meeting On 127 Projects Rescheduled To Feb. 1
TDOT/Peg Broadcasting News Wednesday January 17, 2018

A Tennessee Department of Transportation public meeting that had been scheduled to take place on Thursday, January 18, 2018 regarding two projects on U.S. 127 in Cumberland County has been rescheduled. It will now take place on Thursday, February 1, 2018 from 5 to 7 p.m. CT in the cafeteria of North Cumberland Elementary. The purpose of the meeting is to gather public input on Project Number STP/NH-28(32) - SR-28 (US 127), from near Potato Farm Road to near Hollow Lane, and Project Number HPP/NH-28(37) - SR-28 (US 127), from Hollow Lane to near Lowe Road in Cumberland County. Everyone is welcome to attend.


Crossville Man Wrecks Twice, Hits Car And Building
Peg Broadcasting News Wednesday January 17, 2018

A Crossville man faces a host of charges after he left the scene of one accident and later hit a building at another location. Around 8:45 p.m. Sunday night, Crossville Police were dispatched to a wreck on Miller Avenue that involved a 2017 Honda Pilot. According to reports, the driver said his vehicle has been struck in the rear by a white Chevy truck which had left the scene. Shortly after, officers were called to Woody Court where a 1999 Chevrolet Silverado had driven into a building. Police determined the truck matched the description of the truck that fled the scene in the first crash. Officers also discovered a baggie believed to contain marijuana in the truck. The driver, Danilo Lopez Gomez, age 22, was arrested for Suspicion Of Driving Under The Influence and Possession of Marijuana.


Car Thief Turns Himself In To Police
Peg Broadcasting News Wednesday January 17, 2018

A Knoxville man apparently had a change of heart when he called authorities to report that he had stolen a car. According to reports, Crossville Police were dispatched to the Pilot Travel Center on Genesis Road Sunday night where they encountered 22-year-old Grayson Lee Guilliams, who was standing next to a 2006 Lexus. Mr. Gulliams told police that he had just stolen the vehicle in Knoxville after finding the keys in it. Guilliams was served a warrant for Theft Of Property. The vehicle was valued at more than $10,500.


Campground Fees To Increase In The Smokies
AP Wednesday January 17, 2018

Great Smoky Mountains National Park says it is raising fees for front-country campgrounds and picnic pavilions by 10 to 25 percent. The park said in a news release Tuesday that the rate increases are scheduled to begin March 1. Park officials say rate increases are needed to meet rising operations costs, reduce a maintenance backlog on park facilities, and start needed improvements.


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