Jeffrey Hunt Was Man Killed In Fiery Crash Monday In Bradley County

Tuesday, May 7, 2013

The man killed in Monday afternoon’s single vehicle crash on Eureka Road has been identified as Jeffrey Scott Hunt, 46, of Deer Trail Northwest.       

The investigation shows Mr. Hunt was traveling outbound from Georgetown Road when he ran off the right side of the road and crashed into a tree. He was trapped in the vehicle which erupted into flames. Attempts to free him and extinguish the fire were unsuccessful. 

This is the fourth traffic death of the year in Bradley County.
The investigation is continuing by the Bradley County Sheriff’s Office.

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