Cole Sullivan Martin TN, died in a motorcycle accident

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Cole Sullivan Death – Cole Sullivan of Martin, Tennessee, has passed away following a motorcycle accident, Loved ones confirmed the news of his passing on social media. Authorities were called to the scene of the accident, Sullivan was pronounced dead as a result of the fatal injuries sustained in the crash.

Cole Sullivan went to Westview High School (Tennessee) and formerly worked as a shooting Guard/Point Guard at Los Angeles Lakers. He worked with Tennessee Home Solutions. Tennessee Home Solutions mourns the passing of one of their own on -their social media page. They ask that loved ones be in prayers for the family, as well as their work family during this time. “We also ask that you please bear with us as we navigate this upcoming work week.”

Cole Sullivan Obituary and funeral plans will be released by the family…

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A fatal motorbike accident occurred on Tuesday evening in Warren County, claiming the life of a local citizen. According to the Tennessee Highway Patrol, Damian Martin, age 26, was riding home when he was unable to handle a bend on his 2020 Yamaha R600, also known as a Crotch Rocket. Martin died from his injuries.

Martin had just gotten off Manchester Highway onto Smartt Station Road and was getting ready to turn into Hennessee Avenue when the accident involving a single car occurred, according to the state trooper who investigated the scene, Wade Myers. Myers stated that the individual was attempting to turn onto Hennessee Avenue but failed to account for the curve in the road.

“He was going a great deal too quickly. He went off the road on the left side and crashed into a utility pole, which was also a telephone pole. When he collided with it, it flung the bike onto the road, and after it flipped over, it brought him to a stop in the middle of a yard on Smartt Station Road. There were no signs of braking anywhere on the road.

A driver who was going by saw Mr. Martin and the motorcycle as they were standing in the front yard. It is impossible to determine the precise moment of the collision because there were no witnesses to the event. It is thought that the accident took place on Tuesday night at between 11:30 p.m. and midnight.

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