Monday, January 21, 2013

Man Drives Van In River
Rescue workers found a submerged van in the North Fork of the Holston River and were ready to begin operations when the driver walked up. Divers were suited up and ready to jump in around 12:30 when 28 year old Tice Hunter of Bristol arrived at the staging area. He told authorities that he had slid on an icy patch and into the river around 1:00 am. 37 rescue workers were on the scene. Hunter was arrested for leaving the scene of an accident, no insurance and failing to report the accident. (jb)

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