MURFREESBORO, Tenn. (WMOT) -- The recent rash of road rage incidents in Murfreesboro continued Wednesday at the I-24 West on-ramp at Old Fort Parkway.
Murfreesboro resident Surgena Kilby told police that she may have cut off driver Kristine Clower in traffic. The two women then exchanged words while sitting at the red light at the corner of Thompson Lane .
Their accounts differ after that, but the two women ended up colliding at the on-ramp to I-24. Only light damage was done to the two vehicles. No charges have been filed so far.
MURFREESBORO, Tenn. (WMOT) -- The Tennessee Department of Health is stepping into the controversy surrounding the use of e-cigarettes with a new health advisory.
Electronic cigarettes, or e-cigs, are battery powered electronic devices that vaporize a nicotine mixture that the user inhales. A number of stores catering to their use have opened in the mid-state in recent months.
Dr. David Reagan is the department’s Chief Medical Officer.