LORETTO, Tennessee – Two Tennessee teens were fatally injured following a Wednesday evening car crash in Lawrence County.
The accident took place around 6 p.m. along Old Florence Pulaski Road. According to the Tennessee Highway Patrol Rianna L. Watson, 17, of Leoma, TN, was heading west in a GMC Envoy when her vehicle crossed the center line and crashed into a box truck that was heading east.
Watson was killed in the car accident while her passenger, Tanna J. Pesnell, 17, of Loretto, TN, was transported via helicopter to Vanderbilt University Medical, where she died on Thursday. The driver of the box truck was not injured.
Although the high school the girls attended was closed on fall break the week of the accident, it opened at 10 a.m. Thursday to offer counseling for students and teachers.
Have you or someone you know been injured or killed in an auto accident? If so, you may be eligible to receive damages for your pain and suffering. Seek legal help immediately to file a case with an accident lawyer in Tennessee so you can fight for your rights and make sure those responsible for the incident are held liable for their negligence and wrongdoing.
Tennessee can help you obtain thousands or even millions in money damages, medical care, lost wages, and property damage reimbursement for your accident. Aside from car crashes, accident attorneys can also help you file cases involving medical malpractice, slip and falls, wrongful deaths, and workplace injuries. No matter how serious or how minor the incident, you can rest assured your Tennessee accident lawyer will not rest until you obtain the maximum compensation for your injuries and losses, so call to schedule a consultation today with an attorney near you.
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