NASHVILLE, TN – A pedestrian suffered serious injuries after they were struck and dragged under a tour bus in downtown Nashville Saturday evening.
According to WSMV, the collision took place at 321 Broadway Avenue around 5:00 PM on October 23rd. The pedestrian was reportedly struck while crossing the street.
The Nashville Fire Department worked to free the pedestrian from where they were trapped underneath the bus. They were then transported to Vanderbilt University Medical Center.
The pedestrian remains in critical condition,
Metro police continue to investigate the crash, but no charges have been pressed.
Gray Line Tennessee, the transportation company responsible for the bus involved, has yet to make a statement.
If you or someone you love has been injured in a pedestrian accident, personal injury lawyer, George R. Fusner Jr. may be able to help. Call (615) 251-0005 or visit his law office online to schedule your free consultation.