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10-year-old Murfreesboro girl killed in Gladeville wreck

GLADEVILLE, TN (WSMV) -

A Murfreesboro girl died and four other people were injured in a crash Wednesday afternoon in Wilson County.

The Tennessee Highway Patrol says Andrea Weaver, 37, was driving a 2002 Dodge Stratus southbound on Gladeville Road in Gladeville about 4:30 p.m. when the vehicle lost control while round a curve, overcorrected into the oncoming lane and was struck on the passenger side front door by a Nissan Pathfinder SUV.

A passenger in the Stratus, 10-year-old Linsey Weaver, was killed, and Andrea Weaver - along with passenger Zachary Weaver, 12 - were both injured.

The driver of the SUV, a 17-year-old juvenile, and his 14-year-old passenger - both of Mt. Juliet - were also injured, THP said.

No charges or citations were issued, and THP says everyone involved was wearing a seat belt.

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