NASHVILLE (AP) - The Tennessee Highway Patrol says investigators are looking for a possible shooter who wounded someone at a rest stop in Cumberland County.
THP spokesman Lt. Bill Miller tweeted that Interstate 40 East has been shut down so a helicopter could airlift the victim to a hospital. Cumberland County is about 75 miles west of Knoxville.
The shooting victim was not identified.
Miller said the THP was given a description of a bald white male wearing a dark shirt and approximately 6 feet tall.
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