1 person dead, 2 others hospitalized after a traffic collision at a shopping plaza in Memphis (Memphis, TN)

One person died and two others suffered injuries following a motor vehicle accident in a Memphis shopping plaza. As per the initial information, officers actively responded to the area of the 4900 block of Raleigh Lagrange Road at about 3:00 PM after getting reports of a traffic collision. According to the officials, one person was […]

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