Update 12:19 p.m.
Morristown police identified two people killed in a Sunday crash shortly before 1:00 p.m.
Officials said Kylar Travis Lewis, 19, of Bulls Gap lost control of his Nissan Sentra on E. Morris Boulevard, crossed over the median and struck a Chevy Envoy traveling in the other direction. The crash killed his passenger, Andrew Grout, 22, of Bulls Gap, at the scene of the accident.
First responders flew Lewis to Johnson City Medical Center where he later died.
The crash injured the Chevy Envoy's driver Glenn Morefield, 66, of Morristown and passenger Cheryl Kite, 65.
Crews drove Morefield and Kite to Morristown Hamblen emergency room. Later, Kite was transported to UT Medical Center.
No charges are pending against the driver of the Envoy.
A two-vehicle crash killed two people in Morristown on Sunday shortly before 1:00 p.m.
Morristown Police Department said a driver of a Nissan Sentra lost control of their car on E. Morris Boulevard, crossed over the media and struck a Chevy Envoy traveling in the other direction.
Crews said a passenger in the Nissan died at the scene of accident. First responders flew the Nissan's driver to Johnson City Medical Center where he later died.
Officials drove the two people in the Envoy to Morristown Hamblen emergency room for injuries they sustained in the crash.
Authorities aren't releasing the names of the two people killed in the accident until their families are notified.