The crash reportedly occurred at about 6 a.m., knocking down a utility pole and traffic lights down onto the roadway, according to 911 reports.
The area around the crash scene at the intersection of Durkee Road and Highway 64 was shut down for several hours as utility crews worked to replace the pole and get the traffic signals back in working order.
An investigation is being conducted by the Bradley County Sheriff’s Office Traffic Unit.
Look for additional details Friday in the Cleveland Daily Banner.
- A mobile home was burglarized on Tonia Drive where the new occupants of the home were in the process of moving.
According to a report filed by deputy Tommy Kimsey, Jamie Nichols and Deborah Hall said someone broke into their new residence and took jewelry, miscellaneous DVDs, clothing, electronics, children’s toys and other items.
The total loss to both victims was estimated at more than $5,000.
Investigation is continuing.
- A Poulan chainsaw and three Pioneer radios were taken during an outbuilding burglary which was reported at a 6th Street address.
According to reports, there have been a number of burglaries in the area during the past few days.
A report filed by Deputy Robert O’Daniel named Sharon Pridemore as the victim.
Pridemore said she noticed the latch to her locked outbuilding door had been pried loose.
The missing items were valued at more than $700.