FRANKLIN, Tenn. (WTVF) — The Tennessee Highway Patrol said they're searching for a hit-and-run driver who caused a deadly, chain-reaction crash on Interstate 65 in Williamson County.
The wreck happened around midnight Tuesday near the Peytonsville Road exit.
THP said the at-fault driver struck a Hyundai SUV, which caused that vehicle to hit a Chevrolet Impala. The impact sent the Impala spinning and it was T-boned by a large SUV.
Tennessee Highway Patrol officials described the suspect's car as a silver or light color SUV.
Two people were taken to the hospital following the crash. Troopers said 38-year-old Kathryn Nappier was pronounced dead upon arrival.
All southbound lanes were closed for several hours overnight for the investigation. Anyone with information should call THP at 615-741-2060.
— Mo Haider (@mhaider_NC5) February 11, 2020