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Friday, July 14, 2017

Smelser dead in Knoxville crash
Knoxville Police say a 91-year-old Jefferson City man died after colliding with a police cruiser on Thursday. The crash just before 1 pm occurred at Henley Street at Western Avenue. Officer Thomas Clinton was responding to a fight call when the driver of a van, Dale Emerson Smelser attempted a left turn in front of officer Clinton's vehicle. Smelser was transported to UT Medical Center, where he died. Officer Clinton was treated at the UT Medical Center for his injuries. Officer Clinton is on administrative leave pending the conclusion of the investigation as standard procedure.


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