KPD e-Press Release: Kingsport Police Respond to Crash Involving Pedestrian

Kingsport Police Department

Press Release

Incident Information

Type of Incident Kingsport Police Respond to Crash Involving Pedestrian
Date & Time February 1, 2014

Approximately 11:00 PM

Location of Incident East Stone Drive near 1336 East Stone Drive (Long John Silver’s)

Driver Information

Name Allison M. Dyer
Age 38 Years of Age
Race/Sex White/Female
Address Kingsport
Injuries None
Vehicle Information 1996 Toyota Camry

Pedestrian Information

Name Jonathan E. Cramer
Age 30 Years of Age
Race/Sex White/Male
Address Kingsport
Injuries Incapacitating Injuries

Transported to Holston Valley Medical Center by Sullivan County E.M.S.

General Narrative

Kingsport Police have responded to a motor vehicle crash involving a pedestrian.

On February 1, 2014 at approximately 11:00 PM a 1996 Toyota Camry, driven by Allison M. Dyer, was traveling west on East Stone Drive in the centermost westbound traffic lane. A pedestrian, Jonathan E. Cramer, attempted to cross East Stone Drive from 1336 East Stone Drive (Long John Silver’s) and was struck by Ms. Dyer’s vehicle.

Mr. Cramer was transported to Holston Valley Medical Center by Sullivan County E.M.S. with incapacitating injuries.

The investigation into this crash is ongoing by the Kingsport Police Patrol Division.

For additional information, please contact:

Thomas M. Patton, Public Information Officer

K.P.D. Professional Standards Unit

423-229-9433

ThomasMPatton@KingsportTN.gov

Releasing Officer Thomas M. Patton, Public Information Officer

K.P.D. Professional Standards Unit

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