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TROOPERS RESPOND TO MULTI-VEHICLE CRASH ON HIGHWAY 52 IN FENTRESS COUNTY

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The Tennessee Highway Patrol responded to a multi-vehicle accident on Highway 52 yesterday in Fentress County. A 2014 Subaru Outback driven by 82-year-old Edward Boyd of Jamestown was traveling west when he turned into the path of an oncoming motorcycle operated by 61-year-old James Greer of South Carolina. A second motorbike handled by 42-year-old Thomas Greer of Virginia was involved. Both men on the motorcycles sustained injuries. Boyd was not hurt.


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