A Tullahoma man died at Vanderbilt Medical Center from injuries he received in a two-vehicle accident Saturday afternoon. According to a report by Tullahoma Police Officer Rocky Ruehling, around 4:15 p.m. Saturday afternoon Anthony Wayne Holman, 54, of West Lincoln Street was attempting to turn into his driveway when his 1990 Toyota was struck by a 1994 Ford Explorer operated by Travis Langley Williams, 24, of Coffee Creek, Lynchburg. According to the officer’s report, Williams was traveling west on West Lincoln Street and attempted to pass Holman’s vehicle on a double yellow line. Travis told the officer that he had his hazard lights on as he was attempting to get to his mother’s residence to transport her to the hospital. Holman was transported to Harton Regional Medical Center and then flown to Vanderbilt by helicopter where died. Travis was charged with reckless driving and the investigation is continuing.