MAN KILLED ON MURFEESBORO PIKE
21-year-old Dylan Rossley is dead after his UHaul collided with a tractor trailer on Murfreesboro Pike near Arlington Avenue. Police say there was evidence of alcohol and drug involvement on the part of Rossley at the crash site. A toxicology test will be conducted to see if alcohol or drugs contributed to the crash.
COUNTRIES ISSUE TRAVEL ALERTS FOR THE U.S.
Japan has joined Venezuela and Uruguay on a list of countries issuing travel alerts for the United States in the wake of two mass shootings over the weekend. Venezuela warned their citizens to avoid cities they called the “20 most dangerous in the world,” . Among the cities listed are Memphis, Tennessee, Birmingham, Alabama, and Atlanta, Georgia. An alert issued states nationals should be aware of “potential for gunfire incidents everywhere in the United States.”
The deaths of Wendell and Dorothy Collins, an elderly husband and wife found dead inside their Nashville home Wednesday is being investigated by Police as a murder-suicide. Authorities suspect carbon monoxide poisoning to be the cause of death. Metro Police believe the family car was intentionally left running in the garage.
An interracial couple’s home was reportedly blown up and vandalized with racist symbolism early yesterday morning. The couple was staying elsewhere while their house was under repair when their Sterling, Ohio home exploded. Investigators discovered swastikas and racial slurs painted on the family’s separated garage, neighbor’s garage and vehicles away from the home. The couple lived there 23 years, but said they are never coming back. They are done.
GLOW Holiday in Nashvlle is a new Christmas experience coming to Nashville and boasts millions of twinkling lights, ice skating, tubing and one of the country’s tallest Christmas trees. Guests can go tubing, wander through 4 million lights of Christmas displays and ice skate around a three-story tall ice sculpture.
It runs from 4 p.m. to 10 p.m. every evening from Nov. 22 to Dec. 31 at First Tennessee Park/
Authorities found two notes that a relative said were in Wendell Collins’ handwriting, indicating that he was responsible for the deaths.
Autopsies to further inspect the cause of death are expected to happen Thursday.