A 21-year-old Burns woman was found dead in her home Saturday, the same day her husband reportedly attempted to commit suicide by running into traffic on Interstate 40. Tennessee Bureau of Investigation spokesperson Kristin Helm said the agency is awaiting the results of an autopsy to determine the cause of death for Ashlee Brook “Sissy” Long, who was found dead in her bed Saturday at 106 Bishop Lane. Metro Nashville Police say her husband, 23-year-old Morris L. “Moe” Long Jr., attempted to kill himself Saturday by running into interstate traffic near the McCrory Lane exit. A police statement says Long was taken to Vanderbilt University Medical Center with non-life-threatening injuries after begin hit by a “large truck.” District Attorney Dan Alsobrooks asked the TBI to assist the Dickson Police Department with the investigation into Sissy Long’s death. Investigators have not said whether there were any obvious signs in the home that would indicate how she died. The couple reportedly had been married about a year. Funeral services for Long will be at 2 pm Wednesday at Taylor Funeral Home with burial in Dickson County Memorial Gardens. In addition to her husband, she is survived by two children, father Pat Martin of Dickson, mother and step-father Abigail and Kip Needham of Burns, brother Chase Joseph “Bubba” Martin of Burns, and her grandparents.