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NASHVILLE (WTVF/CNN) - For multiple days in a row, Nashville police say an estimated 100 drivers on dirt bikes, motorcycles, all-terrain vehicles and four-wheelers wove in and out of moving and parked vehicles, endangering motorists and pedestrians alike. Officers said in a press release one of the vehicles that “illegally took over” a major Nashville road Saturday afternoon struck Sgt. John Bourque, who was dragged into a gate. The sergeant received minor injuries and was treated then released from the hospital.
There were a lot of tourists in downtown Nashville for the Southeastern Conference tournament, and others were out celebrating St. Patrick’s Day. The Uber driver says he’s shocked more people weren’t hurt. "They were pretty wild, wild and all over the place. They all had masks on over their faces, and really reckless,” he said. “They seemed like a pretty rambunctious crew.” On Sunday, the chaos continued. LaShonda Parks-Bailey says she watched as one of the ATVs crashed into her son’s car while they were on their way to church.