KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (WVLT)-- Six teens were involved in a wreck just before 1:00 am on Sunday.
Four Christian Academy of Knoxville students and two Bearden High School students crashed into a tree when the driver lost control of their green Subaru near the intersection of Mourfield Road and Bluegrass Road in West Knox County.
According to CAK Head Football Coach Rusty Bradley, the teens were out getting food and were only about 100 yards from one of their homes.
Three patients were transported to UT Medical Center by three separate helicopters. One suffered from a broken foot. Another has a broken leg, but one female remains in critical condition.
She is suppose to undergo jaw surgery later today.
The other teens have been released from the hospital.
Investigators say reckless driving was most likely the cause and alcohol did not play a factor.
Charges are pending against the driver.