Parker Nugent Motorcycle Accident Nashville, Centennial High School Student

Parker Nugent Motorcycle Accident Nashville, Centennial High School Student

Parker Nugent Accident – According to a report made by the Metropolitan Nashville Police Department, a young man who was 17 years old and was involved in a motorcycle accident that took place in the Green Hills area late on Thursday evening lost his life as a result of the incident.

It is speculated that Parker Glynn Nugent, the rider of a Kawasaki Ninja motorcycle, did not come to a full stop at the junction of Caldwell Lane and General Bate Drive when the motorcycle was traveling in a northerly direction on General Bate Drive. The speculation is based on the fact that the motorcycle was involved in an accident. The authorities were able to positively identify Nugent as the motorcyclist who was behind the wheel.

According to the MNPD, Nugent slipped through the junction, collided with a guardrail, and then rolled the motorcycle onto its side before crashing with another guardrail. All of this happened after he had already slipped past the junction. After falling off the motorcycle, a young woman in her teens who was riding on the back of the vehicle sustained a few cuts and bruises. She was traveling on the back of the motorcycle.

According to the allegations that were made by the police, Nugent was transported to the Vanderbilt University Medical Center; however, he did not survive his time spent at the facility. According to the police officers who attended to the scene of the collision, there were no signs of impairment located at the scene of the collision.