A car caught fire during the Friday morning commute on Interstate 65 South.
The crash happened around mile marker 170 around 7:30 a.m.
Metro police reported the victim was approached by two suspects who asked him to buy some dope.
The crash happened shortly after 10 p.m. near the Old Hickory Boulevard exit.
The issues range from potholes, like the bridge on I-24 that crosses Spring Street in Nashville, to issues in the bridge support system.
Police said while westbound traffic is flowing through the left lane, the issue will likely impact rush hour.
Metro police officers on scene say NES employees were digging in the ground when they ruptured a Metro water line.
The bridge sees thousands of drivers each day and the detour set in place is 11 miles long.
It happened on East High Street around 6 p.m. when police say Christopher Morgan was attempting to cross the road.
According to the police department’s website, the violation was generated by a police officer using a hand-held laser attached to a camera.
It happened near the Vietnam Veterans Boulevard exit around 1:230 a.m.
It happened at the bridge that spans Eighth Avenue South near Division Street around 9 a.m.
It happened at mile marker 90.5 near Oak Grove, Kentucky around 7:15 p.m.
Lynette and Aaron Hill, along with their 7-year old twin sons, James and John Hill, were involved in a horrific crash on New Year’s Eve.
Nashville’s city leaders are considering a program called Vision Zero to solve the problem.
Metro police told News 2 the man was taken to a hospital for a mental observation. He wasn’t physically injured.
A state trooper suffered minor injuries in a crash on Interstate 65 in Williamson County Tuesday morning.
According to a release, Kayla Bryanton’s vehicle left the roadway and struck a utility pole.
It happened near the intersection of Vossland Drive and Harding Pike around 4 a.m.
The 58-year-old driver was uninjured in the crash. He reportedly told Mt. Juliet police he fell asleep while driving.