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Joe Erwin, left, and Brian Woliver were leaving a gas station on Fort Henry Drive when they saw flames coming from the vehicles involved in Saturday’s crash, top. Photo by Ned Jilton II
Joe Erwin, left, and Brian Woliver were leaving a gas station on Fort Henry Drive when they saw flames coming from the vehicles involved in Saturday’s crash, top. Photo by Ned Jilton II

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‘If it goes, we’re all going to go’: Men who rescued crash victims say they don’t consider themselves heroes

Nick Shepherd — Kingsport Times-News • Nov 25, 2014 at 6:02 PM

KINGSPORT — On Saturday night, an Acura barrelled down Fort Henry Drive heading north at 104 mph.

A blue Ford Expedition carrying the Bellamy family — Tony, Angela and Colton — was traveling south on Fort Henry Drive at 35 mph.

Across the street, R.L. Williams was coming out of the Walmart parking lot. The Acura crossed the center line and collided head-on with the Expedition while Williams watched.

Read more at TimesNews.net.

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