Victims of deadly crash near Kodak Food City identified

Victims of deadly crash near Kodak Food City identified

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KODAK (WATE) - The Sevierville Police Department has identified the victims of a deadly crash in front of the Kodak Food City Tuesday afternoon.

Police say Mily E. Tinajero, 77, of Sevier County, was killed when her vehicle was struck by a Chevrolet Equinox driven by Elizabeth J. Rowlett, 25, of Murfreesboro as Tinajero was pulling out of Food City, 2649 Winfield Dunn Parkway.

Tinajero's passenger, Gerald W. Huskey, 67, was flown to UT Medical Center by Lifestar helicopter.

Rowlett's passengers, Cameron Norman, 2, and Mary Rowlett, 56, were also injured.

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