Knoxville man charged with DUI after deadly Emory Road crash

Michael Robinson was arrested and charged with DUI after a deadly Emory Road crash. / Source: (Knox County Sheriff's Office)
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KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (WVLT) - A Knoxville man has been arrested and charged with Vehicular Homicide and Driving Under the Influence after a deadly crash on Emory Road Sunday.

Two people were killed and another hurt in the crash involving a motorcycle.

Tennessee Highway Patrol reported a total of four vehicles crashed at different locations.

Michael Robinson, 47, is accused of first crossing over into another lane and crashing into a motorcycle on Emory Road. The driver, Mark Moore, 50, and his passenger, Kimberly Foster, 49, died.

Robinson reportedly kept driving and hit another vehicle, which caused that driver to hit another.

Robinson is facing two charges of vehicular homicide.

THP is still investigating the accident.

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