KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (WATE) — A man is being charged after four adults and one toddler have been injured in a three-car crash Wednesday in Knox County, according to the Tennessee Highway Patrol.

Alpesh Patel will face charges of due care and failure to yield.

According to crash preliminary report, a Patel was driving in a 2022 Volkswagon where he attempted to turn left on Harrell Road onto westbound of West Emory Road when his vehicle hit a 2006 Ford.

The Ford spun into the eastbound lanes of West Emory Road where a 2011 Kia hit the vehicle’s passenger side.

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Then the Ford overturned and rolled multiple times into a ditch facing east towards Harrell Road and caught on fire. The Kia also rolled into the ditch and faced upright.

Patel’s vehicle went into a ditch between Harrell Road and West Emory Road.

Some of the people were taken to the University of Tennessee Medical Center. One of the drivers went with their family to Fort Sanders. They all have non-life-threatening injuries, according to THP.