"It was a tragic event. There's no evidence that this could have been prevented. It was 1 a.m. in the morning, foggy, and drizzling. When you're driving down the road you're not expecting the road to be gone." — Hawkins County EMA director Gary Murrell
According to evidence presented at trial, an investigation of James “Boogie” Simonton began when two young men came to Indian Path Medical Center in May of 2016 with gunshot wounds. One of the victims was Simonton’s son – James Simonton III.
Sullivan County officials have released more details of follow-up mold tests at Sullivan North/Middle School, but are not commenting on a $21 million lawsuit filed by a former teacher over alleged “black mold” that sickened him.
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By the fifth week of the year (Jan.29 through Feb. 4) sentinel physicians in Sullivan County reported 5.72 percent of patients with influenza-like illness — compared to 8.6 percent in Knoxville, 9.9 percent in Shelby County (Memphis), and 24 percent in Madison County (Jackson).