Manchester Teenager Killed In Friday Wreck

Wreck scene photo from the Tullahoma News

Hunter Jay Kimbrough, an 18-year old Manchester resident, lost his life Friday morning around 9:30 a.m. in a single vehicle crash on Rock Creek Road.
According to Tennessee Highway Patrolman Duane Stevens, Kimbrough was driving a 2002 Acura on Rock Creek Road some two miles outside of Tullahoma when he went off the roadway. According to the police report the teenager apparently overcorrected and came back on the roadway. He ended up traveling across both lanes and off the road.
According to the trooper, after leaving the roadway Kimbrough’s vehicle hit trees and overturned landing on its top. The North Franklin County Fire Department and the Winchester Fire Department arrived and began the task of cutting trees away from Kimbrough’s Acura. Kimbrough and passenger Chelsy Baker, 18, of Rock Creek Road in Tullahoma, were still inside the vehicle.
Baker was taken by an ambulance to Harton Regional Medical Center for treatment.
Kimbrough was also transferred to Harton where was pronounced dead on arrival.
Hunter Kimbrough graduated from Coffee County High School May 27. Kimbrough was a manager for the basketball team at Coffee County High School.