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April 24, 2014

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Woman In Rollover Wreck Last Week Remains 'Critical'

Originally published: 2013-09-03 11:11:21
Last modified: 2013-09-03 11:13:29

At least one of the three people injured in a wreck Thursday afternoon in the 2200 block of Jones Bridge Road remains hospitalized today.

Tina Carter, 48, of Chuckey, was listed this morning in critical condition in Johnson City Medical Center, a hospital spokeswoman said.

Carter was in a car that rolled over, ejecting her and 52-year-old Reban Early of Greeneville.

As the car rolled out of control, it struck a pedestrian, 16-year-old Grant Amerman of Greeneville.

Early and Amerman were also taken to Johnson City Medical Center. Both were listed in stable condition on Saturday and not listed as patients this morning, hospital spokeswoman Teresa Hicks said.

The Tennessee Highway Patrol continues its investigation of the wreck. Charges are pending, troopers said.

Because Carter and Early were both ejected from the 1995 Geo Tracker that overturned, investigators were not able to immediately determine who the driver was.

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