U-Haul truck crashes into Goodwill on S. Roan in Johnson City


UPDATE 6 p.m.– Goodwill has released the following statement after the incident:

” A parking lot accident occurred at the South Roan Street Johnson City Goodwill on Wednesday afternoon, August 14, closing the store for the remainder of the day. There were no reported injuries. Authorities are investigating the cause of the accident. The 2004 South Roan Street location will reopen for business as soon as deemed safe by authorities. Updates on the store reopening at 2004 South Roan Street will be posted on the Goodwill Tenneva website – www.goodwilltnva.org , on Goodwill Tenneva’s FaceBook page – www.facebook.com/goodwilltenneva/ , or customers can call the Goodwill Tenneva home office at 423-245-0600.”



UPDATE 5:05 p.m. – A fire chief told News Channel 11 that no injuries were reported after a U-Haul truck crashed into the Goodwill on South Roan in Johnson City Wednesday afternoon.

Johnson City Fire Chief James Stables added that the store will be closed “for a while” in order to repair the building.

Stay with WJHL as we continue to follow this developing story.


JOHNSON CITY, Tenn. (WJHL)- News Channel 11 has a crew at the scene where a U-Haul truck has reportedly crashed into a Goodwill building.

That crash happened at the Goodwill on South Roan Street in Johnson City.

We have a reporter on scene working to gather more information.

Stay with WJHL as we continue to follow this developing story.

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