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August 5, 2014

Pedestrian fatality on Fort Campbell Boulevard

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Once again the Clarksville Police Department responded to a traffic accident involving a pedestrian fatality.

Police responded to a traffic collision on August 2 at 8  p.m.on Fort Campbell Boulevard north of the Ringgold Raod intersection (not at the intersection), in which a vehicle struck a pedestrian.

A 2003 Honda Odyssey owned by 101st Airborne Cab Co. and driven by James Cuthbertson of Clarksville struck Clifford Dee Abernathy of Nashville, who died at the scene.

There was no reason to believe that the cab driver was under the influence of any intoxicant.

The release of accident information was delayed until next of kin had been notified. No further information is available  at this time.

If anyone has any additional information about Abernathy, please call the primary Traffic Investigator for this incident, Officer John Reyes, at 931-614-5710.

 



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