Morning News Headlines: Thursday, October 5, 2017

Morning News Headlines: Thursday, October 5, 2017


Breaking news…One man is dead..and a woman in critical condition after a crash this morning on interstate 24. News Channel 5’s dan kennedy is live from the scene in Antioch. Dan do investigators know what happened?looking into A man and a a Honda Civic interstate.. about 50 coming to parking lot. about 1:15 Police aren’t left the road they’re The far right near exit 62 Blvd is but otherwise freely.has not yet released.Kennedy, 5. A crash in Cheatham County shut down part of I-40 early this morning. NewsChannel 5’s Sophie Nielsen-Kolding joins us near the wreck in Kingston Springs…Sophie are people hurt and how is this impacting drivers?We know people are hurt but we don’t know how badly and the westboun lanes here of i-40 were shut down until at least 7 am. This is all happening at mile marker 188- near beech hill road. We know there’s a semi involved but we also saw a burnt out truck and van at the crash scene. Traffic is backed up about two miles but you won’t get caught in that if you’re heading this way because they are now forcing drivers to get off at exit 192. A caller told us life flight was on scene earlier- I’m working to find out how the drivers involved in this crash are doing this morning, SNK NC5 A man is behind bars after an hours long barricade situation in La Vergne!Police got a call from a person saying they had been robbed.The suspect was allegedly inside an apartment above “City Slickers” off Murfreesboro Road.He barricaded himself inside for 4 hours. The SWAT team was called out. The suspect eventually came out and was taken into custody. That’s when officers found out there was a warrant for him out of Indiana. Police tell us they believe he was wanted there on felony charges. Happening Now—police search for answers after a man is shot and killed in Hermitage. It happened on Couchville Pike at around 9 last night.Police tell us everyone involved knew each other in some way.A fight turned into a shooting….but officers don’t know what started the argument. One man was killed, another man is at Vanderbilt and is expected to be okay.The suspected gunman is in custody. Officers are searching for a man wanted for 2 murders.Metro police say Luis Colindres- Varela killed 18-year-old Yeri Gabino and Hector Pagada.They were both shot to death in the parking lot of the Maple Crest Apartments last month.Another man is in custody already for allegedly driving the get-away car.Colindres-Varela is considered armed and dangerous. Call police immediately if you see him. Metro police are áalsoá looking into a shooting on Jefferson Street.Details are limited….but we ádoá know one person was shot near Hadley Park just before 9 last night.The victim was taken to the hospital but is expected to be okay. We’ve reached out to police for more information. A body is found in a car….in the Cumberland River!All Metro Police could tell us is they pulled the car from the river and there was a body inside. It happened around 2 o’clock yesterday afternoon at Peeler’s Park in Madison. We’ll bring you an update when we get more information. A driver is behind bars this morning after allegedly causing a deadly crash!Police tell us Ronald Myers was drunk behind the wheel when he got in the way of a Jeep at Burning Tree Drive and Old Hickory Boulevard in Hermitage. Kimberly Hudgens was in the car with Myers and died in that crash.Myers is jailed on a 100-thousand-dollar bond…and faces vehicular homicide charges. The driver in the school bus crash that killed 6 chidren in Chattanooga is out of jail this morning.Johnthony Walker made bond last night. He’s at home with a monitoring device awaiting trial.The 25-year-old is accused of speeding last November when he crashed the bus on a curvy road. Thirty-seven children were on board.Six of them died. Walker’s attorney says he swerved to avoid a crash with another car.

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