CUMBERLAND COUNTY, TN – Authorities said four people were injured when a car and a pickup truck crashed on a Cumberland County highway Wednesday night.
According to 1057 News, the accident occurred on Highway 70 North. 79-year-old Samuel Thomas Camp of Crossville was driving a Hyundai Azera when he tried to make a turn onto Bell Road. The Tennessee Highway Patrol said Camp turned into the path of a Ford Ranger and the vehicles collided. Camp and the Ranger driver, 63-year-old Charles Eugene Hidebrand of Monterey, were injured in the incident. Two passengers were also hurt. They were identified as 80-year-old Ella Camp of Crossville and 63-year-old Barbara Hidebrand.
No information was released on the severity of the injuries.
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