Spring City, TN asked in Car Accidents for Tennessee

Q: A man got out of his car with a bat and hit my car and hit on my door window telling me to roll my window down

I had to use my car in an attempt to escape. Hit him with my car. His son then grabbed the bat and attempted to hit me but by pulling away he hit my car. All this happened after he rammed me with his car and fled the seen.

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Anthony M. Avery
Anthony M. Avery
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  • Knoxville, TN
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A: If you wish to press Criminal Charges, then call and go see the Police or Sheriff's Office. Be prepared to describe the attacker and his car.

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