Illinois, February 13

A woman was killed in a single-car crash in Bradley County Wednesday morning. The crash happened at 5:20 am on Dry Valley Rd. near the intersection of Beeler Ridge Rd. Tennessee State Trooper Philip Reagan reported that Jackie Pritchett, 75, from Calhoun, Tenn. ...

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