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Man charged in Goodlettsville wrong-way crash

GOODLETTSVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) - Four people, including two juveniles, were injured when a wrong-way driver crashed over the weekend in Goodlettsville, authorities say.

Todd Fay, 41, was charged Sunday night with four counts of assault - reckless endangerment, DUI, vehicle theft and driving on a revoked license.

Earlier in the night, police said a Goodlettsville officer spotted Fay traveling southbound in the northbound lanes of North Main Street and witnessed him drive off the road and swipe a utility pole.

When Fay drove back onto the road, officers said his vehicle hit an SUV head-on at the intersection of North Main Street and New Brick Church Pike causing the SUV to hit a car.

Four people in the SUV — two adults and two juveniles — were transported to TriStar Skyline Medical Center for treatment of unknown injuries.

Bond for Fay was set at $31,000. A court date was set for Wednesday.

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