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Possible Charges For Teen Driver In Robertson Co. Crash

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GREENBRIER, Tenn. – A teenage driver may face charges for a single vehicle crash In Robertson County that sent himself and five passengers to area hospitals. All six were teenagers.

Officials said the 16-year-old was driving a Chevrolet Tahoe northbound on Edgar Dillard Road around 7:50 p.m. Friday when the SUV went off the road near the intersection of Betts Road.

The teen was attempting to negotiate a curve when the SUV went into oncoming lanes. He attempted to move back into his own lane and overcorrected. The driver lost control and went off the road.

The vehicle skid into a culvert on the side of the road, hit a tree, and then went back across the roadway. The SUV rolled several times. Officials with the Tennessee Highway Patrol said none of the occupants were wearing seatbelts.

At least two people were ejected. All six were injured and sent to area hospitals.

Officials said Cross Plains residents 17-year-old Charles Creasy, 18-year-old Destiny Brooke Parks, and 16-year-old Cory Drury were all transported by LifeFlight medical helicopter to Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Nashville.

Dynasty Brooke Parks, age 17, was originally transported by ground to Northcrest Medical Center in Springfiend and then transferred to Vanderbilt.

The driver and 18-year-old Ariel Bell – both from Greenbrier - were transported by ground to Skyline Medical Center.

The exact condition of each of the victims was not available.

Investigators said the driver's name was not released because he was a minor and charges may be forthcoming.

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