Talk of the Town Celebrates its 40th Anniversary, Amidst Tragedy at Local Airport: Remembering Iconic Hosts and a Lives Saved by Pilot’s Quick Thinking

Collision between business jet and another plane on the runway at Tullahoma Regional Airport

Talk of the Town, a beloved and long-running talk show, is celebrating its 40th anniversary. The show has become one of the longest-running programs of its kind in the country, reflecting on its storied past with iconic hosts such as Bob Lobertini, Chris Clark, Hope Hines, and Oprah. The program’s history is filled with memorable shows like Night Train and Hee Haw. A storyteller-in-chief at NewsChannel 5, Forrest Sanders, offers an entertaining and nostalgic look back at the beloved show affectionately referred to as “TOTT.” Meanwhile, a business jet collided with a Diamond DA-42 plane at Tullahoma Regional Airport around 11:30 a.m. on Wednesday. Fortunately, no injuries were reported as a result of the collision. The incident occurred while the DA-42 was taxiing, which is the process of moving an airplane while it is on the runway. The business jet involved was a Cessna Citation II with six people on board, while there was no one on the Diamond DA-42. The aircraft registration number for the Diamond DA-42 is N333EB. At this time, more information about the incident will be released by investigators as they continue their investigation into what caused this unfortunate accident.

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