Georgia teens among 3 killed in Tennessee crash

Three Georgians, including two teens, were killed Sunday night when their vehicle rear-ended a tractor-trailer on I-75 South in Tennessee, authorities said.

Rebecca Marie Bachman, 42, was driving a Dodge Caravan about 5:42 p.m. when it hit a stopped truck loaded with food products in Campbell County, Tenn., according to the Tennessee Highway Patrol.

Bachman and two passengers, 15-year-old Lauren Bachman and 13-year-old Daniel Bachman, were killed, the agency said. 

Another passenger, 10-year-old Jake Bachman, was injured.

The truck driver, Crystal G. Nagel of Kentucky, was not hurt.

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The exact relationship of the Bachmans is not known at this time. They are from Hoschton, which is in parts of Barrow, Gwinnett, Hall and Jackson counties.

Campbell County, Tenn., is north of Knoxville, about 250 miles north of Atlanta.

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The busy area of Gwinnett County could see less congestion.

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