Here is a follow-up to a story we told you about yesterday. Three people were treated at a hospital for injuries, and a fourth person was arrested following a two-vehicle crash Sunday night. According to a report by Tennessee Highway Patrolman Tommy Lyles, around 9:30 p.m. Tiffany Fults, 18, of Hillsboro lost control of the 1997 Pontiac Sunfire that that she was driving on a curve in Prairie Plains Road. After losing control of the vehicle, the car traveled sideways, skidded and struck a utility pole. The Sunfire then reentered the roadway and was struck by a 1993 Ford F-150 operated by Harold Fults, 57, of Hillsboro. Both vehicles then traveled into a ditch. Tiffany Fults was flown to Vanderbilt Medical Center for treatment of her injuries by Air-Evac medical helicopter. According to a spokesperson for the hospital, she was released Monday. Passengers in the Fults vehicle, Tabatha Fults, 18, of Hillsboro and Dallas Massey, 18, of Manchester, were transported to Manchester Medical Center for treatment of their injuries. Harold Fults was not injured. He was transported to the Coffee County Jail where he was charged with DUI, three counts of reckless endangerment, reckless driving, no seatbelt, registration violation, no insurance and driving an unregistered vehicle. He was released after posting $75,000 bond. Harold Fults is scheduled to appear in Coffee County General Sessions Court Oct. 23.