Reese Barker, Crockett County HS student died in a car accident on August 12

Her parents are Coach David Barker and Heather. Learn more about Reese Barker Obituary and funeral plans..

Reese Barker Death – Reese Barker passed away following a motor vehicle accident that happened in Crockett County on Saturday, August 12. Reese is a junior at Crockett County High School, where she holds the position of Vice President of FCCLA. She is well-liked and respected by everyone who has ever known her.

Her parents are Coach David Barker and Heather, who were married to each other. David, her father, is a teacher and coach at Crockett County High School. Her mother is a teacher at Milan. Reese was quite involved at school, serving as the manager of the football team, playing on the school softball team, and more.

The police report of the crash are pending at the time of this publication. Reese Barker Obituary and funeral plans will be released by the family…

RELATED ARTICLE: Crash reported along Highway 412 in Crockett County

An accident that took place on Highway 412 in Crockett County resulted in the injury of one individual, according to the Tennessee Highway Patrol. According to the information provided by the THP, a tractor trailer and a Ford Excursion were observed moving in the same direction along the highway’s eastbound lanes.

According to the complaint, the SUV was allegedly decelerating in order to make a right turn into the parking lot of McDonald’s when it abruptly turned left in order to get to the turnaround in the median. According to the THP, it was the moment when the tractor trailer collided with the SUV, which caused the SUV to roll once before coming to a halt in an uncontrolled manner on the grassy portion of the median.

After the hit, the tractor trailer reportedly made a fast right turn to avoid another collision and then came to a halt in an uncontrolled manner in the parking lot of the McDonald’s. This information was provided by the Texas Highway Patrol. According to the THP, the collision took place at approximately 2:10 p.m.

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