Logan Janey Death – The Knox County Sheriff’s Office has confirmed that a single-vehicle accident in West Knoxville on Wednesday resulted in the death of one individual. At approximately five o’clock on Wednesday, deputies were dispatched to the area of Ebenezer Road and Farrington Drive, where a single car had gone off the road and collided with a utility pole.
It was determined that the driver, who was also the sole person in the vehicle, had passed away. He was identified by his loved ones o social media as Logan Janey. The site was analyzed by the Knox County Medical Examiner’s Office as well as the Forensic Unit of the Knox County Sheriff’s Office. The early investigation suggests that speed was a contributing role in the collision, according to a representative with the KCSO, who stated that the inquiry is still ongoing.
Logan Janey obituary and funeral plans will be released by the family…
RELATED ARTICLE: Woman dead after car accident on Highway 51
A recent major accident involving multiple vehicles on Highway 51 in Tennessee claimed the life of a woman from the state of Tennessee. Following the catastrophic injuries he sustained in the vehicle accident, her husband was transported to the hospital via helicopter for treatment. The impact of the collision was so severe that it caused the woman to be thrown out of the car. There were three vehicles engaged in the collision that occurred.
When they were travelling, the deceased person and her husband were hit from behind by a GMC truck while they were in their Jeep. At the time of the incident, both of the vehicles were moving, and the force of the hit led the driver of the Jeep to lose control of the vehicle, causing it to go into the lane of traffic that was approaching in the opposite direction. At this time, the woman was ejected from the vehicle, and a vehicle traveling in the southbound lane struck and injured her. It is believed that the driver of this vehicle fled the scene of the collision after it occurred.
When the Jeep had finally come to a complete stop, it was struck by another car. This driver remained at the site of the accident, and all three drivers who were present were given tests to determine whether or not they exhibited signs of impairment. Although it is not believed that alcohol or drugs had a part in the accident, it is probable that distraction, speeding, or driver error was the cause of the collision. The horrific accident is still being looked into by the authorities
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