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ONE SUSTAINS MINOR INJURIES IN THREE VEHICLE FENTRESS CO. ACCIDENT

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A three-vehicle accident in southern Fentress County on Highway 127 yesterday left one with minor injuries. Troopers say a 2006 Kenworth driven by 58-year-old Bobby Byrge of Robbins, Tennessee failed to yield when attempting to turn onto Taylor Place Road and was hit by oncoming 2011 Nissan Sentra operated by 40-year-old Crystal A. Howard of Grimsley. The impact resulted in the Sentra sliding into a 2003 Chevy Silverado driven by 63-year-old Ronald D. Stone of Allardt. Howard sustained slight injuries. Byrge was cited for failure to yield.

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