Tenn. officer killed in single car crash

Deputy David "Bubba" Johnson, 52, was on-duty when his squad left the road and struck a tree

Duty Death: David "Bubba" Johnson - [Montgomery County, Tennessee]

End of Service: 01/12/2014


By PoliceOne Staff

CLARKSVILLE, Tenn. — A Montgomery County officer died Sunday evening in a single-vehicle crash just before midnight.

Deputy David "Bubba" Johnson, 52, was driving on Ashland City Road when his patrol car left the road and hit a tree, causing fatal injuries, according to ODMP.

Deputy David "Bubba" Johnson. (Photo courtesy Montgomery County Sheriff's Office)
Deputy David "Bubba" Johnson. (Photo courtesy Montgomery County Sheriff's Office)

Details of the accident are under investigation.

We will provide more information on this story as it becomes available.

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