• May 05, 2017

Jason Doran & John Doran Killed in Alcohol-Related Accident in Bristol, TN

Bristol, TN -- A six-vehicle collision led to the deaths of Jason Doran, 21, and 50-yeear-old John Doran Saturday, April 29, 2017 in Bristol, TN.

The collision took place om Interstate 81.

The preliminary press release claimed the chain reaction collision began as traffic was stopped as a result of a truck fire. A Mercedes driven by 43-year-old, Lisa Reed, collided with the back of the line of stopped vehicles. The force of the collision caused two vehicles to catch fire, one of which was the Chevy pickup occupied by the deceased victims.

Jason Doran and his passenger, John Doran, the occupants of the Chevy, were killed in the incident.

The exact cause of the incident had yet to be determined, however, police officials believe alcohol was a factor. At the time of the report, Ms. Reed faced two counts of vehicular homicide and driving under the influence.

The investigation remains open.

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