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FOUR VEHICLE ACCIDENT IN ROANE COUNTY RESULTS IN MULTIPLE INJURIES

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The Tennessee Highway Patrol released the report today of the multi-vehicle crash in Roane County last Friday. Troopers say a 2004 Subaru driven by 40-year-old Naomi Endicott of Oak Ridge was on Poplar Springs Road approaching Highway 58 (Gallaher Road) when she failed to yield at the stop sign and collided with a 2011 Acura operated by 31-year-old Breony Moyers of Oak Ridge. The impact sent Moyers’ vehicle into a 2014 Dodge Grand Caravan driven by 67-year-old Paul Park of Ozone. Moyers’ vehicle was then hit by a 2005 Toyota Highlander operated by 29-year-old James Munsey of Harriman. All three drivers, as well as passengers in the vehicles, 12-year-old Jessika Endicott of Oak Ridge, 35-year-old Timothy Wardlow of Germantown and 47-year-old Carolyn Park of Ozone, were taken to area hospitals for treatment of injuries.

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