According to WSMV NBC 4, a 33-year-old woman and a 5-year-old girl were killed in a car accident on January 11 in Pulaski.
It was a single-vehicle accident, according to Tennessee Highway Patrol officials, and happened just before 2 p.m. on Crescent View Drive. THP officials stated that the 33-year-old driver veered off the road for unknown reasons. After leaving the road, the driver over-corrected, causing the car to re-enter and travel across Crescent View, collide with a tree and burst into flames.
Both the woman and a 5-year-old girl riding in the car were killed in the wreck. A 6-year-old girl also in the vehicle sustained non-life threatening injuries in the crash.
A THP investigation into this accident was still ongoing at the time of this report.
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