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TWO INJURED IN MULTI-VEHICLE CRASH ON I-40

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A total of four vehicles were involved in a multi crash on Interstate 40 in Cumberland County late this morning (Thursday, October 5, 2017) resulting in two injuries. According to the Tennessee Highway Patrol, a 2015 Dodge Caravan driven by 53-year-old Robert Morse of Warsaw, Kentucky, a 2000 Chevrolet van operated by 64-year-old Clyde Thomas of Knoxville, a 2009 Ford Flex driven by 37-year-old Christopher Johnson of Cocoa, Florida and a 2008 Honda Goldwing operated by 70-year-old James Parker of Mulberry, Arkansas were all heading west at the 307 mile marker in heavy traffic. Troopers say the Caravan slowed and was rear ended by the other vehicles involved in a chain reaction crash. A passenger in the Ford Flex, 35-year-old Leigh Ann Johnson of Cocoa, Florida was transported to Cumberland Medical Center for treatment of injuries. Parker was also treated at the scene for injuries.


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