Coalfield Crash Injures Two – Charges Pending

The Tennessee Highway Patrol and medics responded to a vehicle crash yesterday in Coalfield on Highway 62 in Morgan County. The accident report states a 2015 Ford Mustang driven by 18-year-old Caleb Corbin was traveling on the highway and failed to maintain his lane. Corbin entered the other lane and struck the front of an oncoming 2013 Toyota Tundra operated by 48-year-old Lynn Hyatt. The Mustang came to rest in the roadway. The Toyota came to a stop on its top partially in the road. Two Lifestar helicopters landed at a nearby scene to transport Corbin and Hyatt to an area trauma center for treatment of injuries. The report indicates charges are pending against both drivers.

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  1. This young man’s license needs to be removed. How many more people are going to get killed/hurt.

  2. So sad. Tragic. That 18 year old boy flew by me in the same mustang going at minimum 80 in a 45. He has done took the life while driving under the influence once. How many more time is our judicial system going to allow him scotch free. As the citizens of Morgan county we shouldn’t have to be scared to drive on the road because of idiots like caleb corbin. Let’s not forget to mention I caught his dad selling to minors at the marathons and one of the minors happen to be my child. Something needs to be done. For the sake of our children and drivers. Thank you bbtv with this information

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