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MULTIPLE INJURIES REPORTED IN TWO VEHICLE CRASH ON HWY. 70 NORTH IN CUMBERLAND COUNTY

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A two vehicle accident on Highway 70 North late yesterday in Cumberland County left multiple injuries. The Tennessee Highway Patrol says a 2006 Hyundai Azera driven by 79-year-old Samuel Thomas Camp of Crossville was attempting to turn onto Bell Road when he went into the path of an oncoming 2001 Ford Ranger operated by 63-year-old Charles Eugene Hidebrand of Monterey. Both drivers and passengers,  80-year-old Ella Camp of Crossville and 63-year-old Barbara Hidebrand, were all hurt in the impact.


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