Early-Morning Collision on Bono Hill Leaves Woman Clinging to Life - KAIT Jonesboro, AR - Region 8 News, weather, sports

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Early-Morning Collision on Bono Hill Leaves Woman Clinging to Life

JULY 24, 2007 - Posted at 7:24 a.m.; updated at 8:38 a.m.; July 25, updated at 6:11 p.m.

JONESBORO, AR - Two people remain hospitalized following a head-on collision on Bono Hill.

The accident happened on U.S. 63 at approximately 11:30 p.m. Monday night just outside the Jonesboro city limits, near the Great Outdoors RV Center.

A family member told K8 News that 18-year-old Jessica Tate remains on life support at the Med in Memphis.  Also, the family member said that 20-year-old Cory Tate is hospitalized and is in critical condition. 3-year-old Riley Tate has been released from the hospital.

 

 

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