Thursday, August 15, 2019

Carver's Apple House damaged
Carver's Apple House on the Cosby Highway in Cocke County sustained damage estimated at more than $20,000 on Tuesday when a vehicle crashed into the building. Cocke County Administrative Captain CJ Ball said the 1:20 pm incident occurred when 81 year-old Thomas Moyers, Mosheim, accelerated his 2013 Dodge Ram truck when he meant to brake, in the parking lot of the business. The truck struck a 2012 Ford Escape owned by William Burns of Missouri and then continued into the Carvers Orchard building on the north end, completely entering the structure. Although Moyers said he had no injuries, he did complain of chest pain. Occupants inside the building were not injured. The damage to the Burns vehicle was minimal.

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