A pedestrian was treated and released from Takoma Regional Hospital's Emergency Room after being struck by a 1992 Dodge car on Sunday evening.
According to the report by the Tennessee Highway Patrol, at the time Brandy Banks, 31, of Greeneville, was struck, she was standing outside her vehicle, which was parked in the southbound lane of White Sands Road as she checked for damage along the front driver's side after an accident.
Trooper Derek Turberville said in the report that Banks had been arguing with her ex-husband, who had just left the scene.
According to the report, the ex-husband, who is not named, told a Greene County Sheriff's Department deputy that he left thinking Banks was back in her vehicle.
Banks reportedly told Turberville that she believed her ex-husband had struck her vehicle when he left, passing her on the road, and that she was checking for damage.
The driver and the passenger in the Dodge car, 24-year-old Joshua Heiderbrink and 22-year-old Amy Loftin, respectively, both of Greeneville, heard arguing when they turned onto White Sands Road and saw Banks' parked vehicle but did not see her, according to the report.
Banks "states she used her arms to push off the hood, as trying to jump over the hood of the car, and struck the passenger side of the hood," Turberville detailed in his report.
The trooper said that there was no evidence of damage on the Dodge vehicle.
Neither Heiderbrink nor Loftin was injured.
Banks was injured and transported by Greene County-Greeneville Emergency Medical Services to Takoma's Emergency Room and later was released.