It was reported that the black car in the forefront went through a red light and struck the other car, which landed upside down at the intersection of Chapman Hwy and Boyds Creek. Saturday April 6th. There were injuries and traffic was back up for some time.
The car pictured was traveling on Chapman Hwy when it left the road and ended up upside down in the ditch. The Seymour Volunteer Fire Fighters had to use the jaws of live to extricate the lone female occupant. This occurred in the evening of April 14th. The occupant was injured and taken to the hospital. Directly above the accident was a white cross, indicating a death in a past accident at that exact location.
About 7:25 am April 18th Thursday morning, three brothers and a friend were on their way to Seymour schools when the car they were riding in flipped upside down and landed on it’s roof. There were no reported injuries at the accident.
Seymour Herald Photo by Joe Karl
Sevier County Sheriff Deputy Toby J. Merritt gets the facts from Roger Summerfield, the driver of the 1996 Jeep Grand Cherokee which struck the 1999 Pontiac and fatally injured Hormany Setzer of Davisville, Missouri