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Published: August 24, 2019


A LYNCHBURG MAN DIED EARLY WEDNESDAY MORNING FROM INJURIES SUSTAINED IN A CRASH AFTER EVADING OFFICERS.  ACCORDING TO MEDIA SOURCES, OFFICERS WITH THE TULLAHOMA POLICE DEPARTMENT WERE DISPATCHED TO A CALL OF INDECENT EXPOSURE AT THE FOOD LION ON LINCOLN STREET.  UPON ARRIVAL THEY ENCOUNTERED THE SUSPECT'S VEHICLE WHICH WAS ATTEMPTING TO LEAVE THE PARKING LOT.  A CHASE FOLLOWED BUT FOR PUBLIC SAFETY REASONS WAS TERMINATED EARLY ON AND PRIOR TO CRASH.  INITIAL REPORTS INDICATE THE VEHICLE LAWRENCE BEAN, 29, WAS DRIVING RAN OFF THE ROAD AND HIT A MAILBOX AND MULTIPLE TREES AND ROCKS.  BEAN WAS TRANSPORTED TO THE HOSPITAL WHERE HE WAS PRONOUNCED DEAD.