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Tennessee Husband, 20, Kills Pregnant Wife, 28, and Unborn Baby in Horrific Accident

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Jonathon Jones of Luttrell allegedly caused the death of a pregnant mother after crashing his car into another while driving recklessly.

A 20-year-old Tennessee driver who “smokes marijuana every day” allegedly caused the death of his pregnant wife in a horrific crash after driving into oncoming traffic while intoxicated.

Jonathon Jones of Luttrell was driving on Raccoon Valley Road in a Nissan Sentra when he crossed into the westbound lane and crashed into a Ford Expedition on June 21, according to court records.

Emergency crews rushed to the scene and discovered that five people had been injured, who were immediately taken to the University of Tennessee Medical Center after being “cut from the rubble.”

His wife Casandra Jones, 28, was the only passenger in his car. Cassandra and her unborn child were pronounced dead by authorities, according to court records.

Jonathon Jones of Luttrell allegedly caused the death of a pregnant mother after crashing his car into another while driving recklessly.

Jones was driving on Raccoon Valley Road in a Nissan Sentra when he crossed into the westbound lane and crashed into a Ford Expedition on June 21.

Jones was driving on Raccoon Valley Road in a Nissan Sentra when he crossed into the westbound lane and crashed into a Ford Expedition on June 21.

The couple married in October 2023.

The couple married in October 2023.

Virginia Brooks, one of the people rushed to the hospital, died the next morning.

The authorities clarified that two other people and the accused only suffered injuries and will recover.

Jonathon has been charged with two counts of aggravated assault, trespassing and three counts of vehicular manslaughter by intoxication.

Authorities also said that while speaking with the young adult at the hospital, he told them he smoked marijuana every day.

She announced in December 2023 that the couple was expecting their first child together.

She announced in December 2023 that the couple was expecting their first child together.

Cassandra is survived by her parents, Chad and Christine Fritts; husband, Jonathon Jones (pictured); brother, Cain Fritts Wallace; grandparents, Dwaine and Brenda Fritts, Gary and Susie Wallace

Cassandra is survived by her parents, Chad and Christine Fritts; husband, Jonathon Jones; brother, Cain Fritts Wallace; grandparents, Dwaine and Brenda Fritts, Gary and Susie Wallace

Of the injured, the only passenger in the defendant's car, Casandra Jones, and her unborn child, were declared dead by authorities.

Of the injured, the only passenger in the defendant’s car, Casandra Jones, and her unborn child, were declared dead by authorities.

The Tennessee Highway Patrol is investigating the crash.

A court date has not yet been set for Jonathon.

The Tennessee Highway Patrol is investigating the crash. A court date has not yet been set for Jonathon.

Cassandra (above) was described as a

Cassandra (above) was described as a “beautiful girl loved by all” who would be “greatly missed” in her obituary.

Witnesses also told officials that Jonathon was allegedly driving recklessly and was passing other cars on a double yellow line before the crash.

Cassandra is survived by her husband; parents, Chad and Christine Fritts; brother, Cain Fritts Wallace; grandparents, Dwaine and Brenda Fritts, Gary and Susie Wallace.

She was described as a “beautiful girl loved by everyone” who would be “dearly missed” in her obituary.

The Tennessee Highway Patrol is investigating the crash. A court date has not yet been set for Jonathon.

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