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On Tuesday at approximately 1:45PM, officers responded to the parking lot at Lowe’s in reference to a crash with injuries. Upon arrival, contact was made with 5 total vehicles involved in the crash. Based on the evidence on the roadway and the preliminary investigation, it appears a silver Nissan Altima, driven by Nygjiem Rayford-Roberts, was traveling East on Paul Huff when he exited the right side of the road and struck a Nissan Rogue, driven by Lilly Samples, that was stopped at the exit of Lowes turning left onto Paul Huff. This caused the Rogue to travel down into the parking lot of Lowes and strike an unoccupied F150. After striking the Rogue, the Altima traveled into the parking lot of Lowes and struck a Kia Soul and pushed the Kia Soul into a Monte Carlo, both unoccupied. The driver of the Rogue was transported by BCEMS with non-life-threatening injuries. The driver of the Altima was unresponsive and transported to Tennova Hospital, where he was pronounced dead. The deceased male is from Delaware. contact was made with his mother, Esther Roberts, via phone and notifying her that the male is deceased. It appears that the deceased male may have had a medical event prior to the crash that caused him to run off the road. This crash is still under investigation.
From WRCB Channel 3…
Morristown Police Department investigators are searching for a missing 38-year-old man who has not been seen nor heard from since September.
Investigators say Nathan Timothy Klusman has been missing since September 7.
Klusman stands at 6 feet tall, with black hair and hazel eyes.
Police say Klusman is not wanted for crime however police and acquaintances just want to know if he is safe.
Anyone with information or if you have seen Nathan you are asked to call the police anytime through the dispatch center at 423-585-2701.
Also from WRCB Channel 3…
Grand Ole Opry member Hal Ketchum passed away Monday night due to complications of dementia, Ketchum’s wife Andrea announced on the artists’ website. He was 67.
Ketchum was inducted into the Grand Ole Opry on Jan. 22, 1994.
Ketchum performed at the UTC arena in Chattanooga.
His 1991 single “Small Town Saturday Night” launched him to stardom. Radio & Records magazine named it the No. 1 Single of the Year, and Music row magazine called it the year’s breakthrough video. The song also helped Ketchum’s debut album, Past the Point of Rescue, achieve gold status.