A pursuit ended in a crash, and authorities said it was due to a medical emergency.
Officials in Mt. Juliet said a Wilson County Sheriff’s deputy spotted a vehicle around 8:25 p.m. Friday that multiple people had called 911 about to report alleged impaired driving.
The deputy attempted to stop the vehicle, but the driver did not stop until it rear-ended a vehicle on Lebanon Road near North Mt. Juliet Road.
According to reports, there were no serious injuries in the crash that was investigated by those with the Tennessee Highway Patrol.
Officials confirmed the driver was impaired due to a diabetic emergency.
No further details were released.