A black C6 coupe was involved in one of three car accidents within 30 minutes of each other Tuesday in the small Tennessee town of Bristol.
The Corvette was badly damaged on the driver-side front end in the crash, which happened at 12:25 p.m. on Farmington Avenue. The car was going east when it left the road and hit a utility pole, spinning around and winding up in the front yard of a house.
The impact cracked the pole, which wound up a few feet from its base and remained supported by the lines connected to it.
Fortunately, the driver wasn’t injured.
While repairs were being made to the utility pole and the road was closed, police had to answer two more accident calls within a half hour, the first involving an elderly person who crashed their Chevrolet Impala into a large rock in a wooded area and the second being a collision between a car and a truck.
Again, no serious injuries were reported in either wreck.
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