Carter County (Tenn.) Constable Hurt in Crash Dies

On Aug. 4, his car struck a utility pole head on


Johnson City Press | Monday, August 22, 2011

ELIZABETHTON, Tenn. -- Carter County Constable Ross Potter died Friday night from injuries he suffered in a recent car accident, according to the Carter County Sheriff’s Office.

On Aug. 4, Potter was seriously injured when his car crashed into a light pole off Tenn. Highway 91 at the Blue Springs Road intersection. His passenger, Jeanne B. Leonard, 80, Crooke Street, Hampton, was killed in the wreck.

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