Three injured in two-vehicle
By Chloe Morrison thedailytimes.com
Emergency responders took three Loudon residents
to area hospitals after a two-vehicle accident Thursday on West
Lamar Alexander Parkway at Big Springs Road.
The driver of a GMC pickup truck, Richard Seguin, Cave Creek
Road, Loudon, was on Big Springs Road attempting to cross West
Lamar Alexander Parkway, according to Trooper Phillip Warren
with the Tennessee Highway Patrol.
Seguin didn’t see the silver Honda that was traveling north,
Warren said. He pulled into the Honda’s path and the two cars
collided. “The Honda hit him in the driver’s door and rolled him
over on his top,” Warren said.
Seguin was taken to Fort Loudoun Medical Center in Lenoir City,
where he was treated and released, Warren said.
The driver of the Honda, Tonya Bivens, Carding Machine Road,
Loudon, was taken to Blount Memorial Hospital where she was
treated and released. The passenger in the Honda, Tammy Franks,
Zion Ridge Road, Loudon, was also treated and released at Blount
Seguin was cited for failure to yield the right
Along with THP, the Friendsville Fire Department, Blount County
Sheriff’s Office and Rural/Metro Ambulance Service responded to