Tuesday, May 07, 2013

Bulls Gap Passenger Pronounced Dead At The Scene
Two Hawkins County men were killed when their vehicle lost control and collided with an oncoming SUV in Morristown. 19- year old Kylar Travis Lewis of Bulls Gap was driving a 2001 Nissan Sentra during the crash on East Morris Boulevard. The car veered off the roadway at a curve, across a raised grass median and slid into the path of a westbound Chevrolet Envoy, which then hit the Sentra on the passenger side. 22- year old Andrew Grout of Bulls Gap was a passenger in the Sentra and pronounced dead at the scene. (bg)

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