DICKSON COUNTY, TN (WSMV) - All lanes of Interstate 40 have reopened in Dickson County after someone reported a possible explosive in a vehicle.
According to officials, a Dickson County Sheriff's deputy was helping a driver on I-40 late Thursday night. A male driver then pulled up behind the officer and the person he was helping.
The driver told police he had a bomb under his car and that a juvenile had a detonator.
An explosives team with the Tennessee Highway Patrol responded to the scene in between Highway 96 and Interstate 840 on Friday morning. They used a robot to investigate the situation.
No bomb was found. The man who made the report was taken to Horizon Medical Center for an evaluation.
Stay with News4 for updates on this developing story.
📸 of a member of the @TNHighwayPatrol Special Operations Unit in protective gear to help with the render safe procedures this morning in Dickson Co. The second 📸 is of a robot that was used in the render safe procedures this morning. pic.twitter.com/UpjKddNQHE— THPNashville (@THPNashville) March 15, 2019