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Eight Injured in Anderson County Wreck

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The Highway Patrol says eight people were taken to a local hospital after a wreck outside of Anderson Thursday night. The Highway Patrol says eight people were taken to a local hospital after a wreck outside of Anderson Thursday night.

The Highway Patrol says eight people were injured in a wreck in Anderson County Thursday night.

Troopers say it happened around 7:15 pm Thursday on High Shoals Road about two and a half miles south of Anderson.

They say a SUV was stopped on the roadway, headed east on High Shoals Road, and a pickup truck traveling east on High Shoals Road hit the back of the SUV.

Troopers say the driver of the SUV and 6 passengers with ages 1, 4, 6, 12, 13 and 14 were transported by ambulance to AnMed.

They say the driver of the pickup truck was also transported by ambulance to AnMed.

The Highway Patrol says the drivers of both the SUV and the pickup truck were charged.

They say the driver of the SUV was charged with improper standing and stopping in the roadway.

The driver of the pickup truck was charged with driving too fast for conditions.


 

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