4-automobile crash in Campbell Co. leaves 3 severely wounded – Auto Incident

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4-vehicle crash in Campbell Co. leaves 3 severely hurt – Vehicle Accident

CAMPBELL COUNTY, Tenn. (WVLT) – A crash involving four vehicles in Campbell County Saturday left a few people today, which include a juvenile, severely injured, in accordance to the Tennessee Highway Patrol.

In accordance to a preliminary report, at about 2:05 p.m. on July 16, Tawanna McCartney, 52, of Jacksboro was driving a Ford and Thomas Sturm, 59, of Hamilton, Ohio was driving a Jeep west on Point out Route 63 near Previous Middlesboro Road. Thanks to congestion, officers explained both of those automobiles came to a unexpected quit.

The report states that McCartney saw one more Jeep driven by Johnathan Marcum, 40, of Middlesboro, Kentucky, speedily approaching the car from at the rear of. As a result, officers said the McCartney tried to avoid the collision by pulling ahead and striking the trailer that Sturm was pulling.

Shortly just after, Marcum hit Sturm’s trailer, also. As a consequence, the effect brought on Marcum to shift into oncoming site visitors, putting a Chevrolet head-on pushed by Estil Alford, 51, of Speedwell, Tennessee.

Marcum, Alford and a little one in Alford’s auto had been seriously injured. All other motorists and travellers were described as unhurt.

Each and every individual in each automobile was donning a seatbelt, the report stated.

There are no pending expenses at this time, THP officers reported.

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