DAVIDSON COUNTY, TN. (THECOUNT) — Ellen Abbott has been identified as the pedestrian fatally struck Monday night in Davidson County.
Abbott, 56, was killed after she was struck by a vehicle near Nashville Monday night.
According to reports, Abbott was on-foot with her husband in the area of Nolensville Pike and Lords Chapel Drive in Nashville, when she was struck by a vehicle, operated by 28-year-old Shannon Holt around 6:40 p.m. Monday.
Abbott was transported to an area hospital where she was pronounced dead of blunt force trauma injuries.
Potential charges against Holt are pending the completion of the investigation and consultation with the District Attorney’s Office.
Geo quick facts: Davidson County is a county in the U.S. state of Tennessee. It is located in the heart of Middle Tennessee. As of the 2010 census, the population was 626,681, making it the second-most populous county in Tennessee, after Shelby County. Its county seat is Nashville, the state capital – Wikipedia.
Residence of a usually low-crime area of California are shocked and living in fear after a local father pushing his infant son in a stroller was shot dead on the sidewalk. The murder occurred in unincorporated Hayward on Wednesday afternoon, according to the Alameda County Sheriff’s Office.
The man, who has not yet been identified, was shot and killed in broad daylight. The child was said to be unharmed.
The sheriff’s office reported the homicide on Twitter at around 3:20 p.m. It happened in the 200 block of Willow Avenue, deputies said. The man was shot while pushing a stroller with a 3-month-old baby inside. The baby is in protective care. Investigators are at the scene and residents are advised to avoid the area, according to the sheriff’s office. h/t
He described the area, which is near Cherryland Park, as a middle-class residential neighborhood that’s not typically a high-crime area.
Neighbors indicated the man killed is the baby’s father, however, police have not confirmed this as of yet.
Anyone with information about the shooting is urged to contact the sheriff’s office at (510) 667-7721.