The Latest Information On The Deadly Crash That Occurred On Monday
74 year-old Patricia A McCollough was driving a Coffee County School bus traveling north on Highway 41. The driver of the Jeep Cherokee, 63 year-old Freddie Reynolds was exiting his driveway and was making a left turn onto Highway 41. According to a Tennessee Highway Patrol report the Jeep failed to yield to the bus and pulled into the Northbound lane and was struck in the driver’s side door.
Reynolds of Manchester who owned and operated Freddie’s Oyster Bar died from the injuries he received in the accident. McCollough and one of 22 students on board the bus, 16 year-old Monica Kelly were injured. The report did not say what type of injuries they sustained.
No charges were filed.