The driver of a 2014 Nissan Pathfinder was attempting to make a left turn from Cleveland Avenue onto S L Rogers Boulevard when she struck a bicycle operated by William Ray on Wednesday morning, a news release issued by the Glasgow Police Department said.
According to the news release, Ashley Case of Glasgow was westbound on Cleveland Avenue when she attempted to turn left onto S L Rogers and failed to see Ray, who is the superintendent of the Glasgow Electric Plant Board.
Ray was initially taken to T.J. Samson Community Hospital before being flown to Vanderbilt Hospital for head injuries.
Case wasn't injured in the crash.
The accident remains under investigation.
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Glasgow police were called to investigate a crash involving a bicycle and a vehicle early Wednesday morning.
Lt. Terry Flatt, public information officer for the Glasgow Police Department, has confirmed that one of the people involved in the crash was William Ray, superintendent of the Glasgow Electric Plant Board.
“I'm being told he was alert at that time and was speaking with the EMS personnel there,” Flatt said.
More details regarding the crash and Ray's condition are anticipated to be released later today.