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Man killed in crash identified

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A Resettled Bhutanese man in Antioch, Tennessee was killed in an accident in westbound I -24 near the Almaville Road entrance ramp around 11:30 p.m Monday. He was trying to enter the I-24 on his return from work when his car was hit from behind that caused chain accident involving a semi truck. 

The Tennessee Highway Patrol reported 49-year-old Rudra Subba, of Antioch, was killed in the crash who was previously from refugee camp Beldangi 1 in Jhapa, Nepal. 

Subba was trying to enter the interstate along with two other cars when  accident happened.

 Subba worked for a Nissan car company, a source informed BNS.

According to WKRN news, a passenger in Subba’s vehicle was injured and transported to Vanderbilt University Medical Center. Another driver was taken to TriStar Stonecrest Medical Center with unknown injuries.

 Subba’s funeral  is  arranged for  2/17 Friday from 9:30 am to 1:30 pm 6962 Charlottes pikes Nashville TN. Funeral will be done according to Kirati cultural tradition. 


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