By MONA NAIR
6 News Reporter
LOUISVILLE (WATE) – A new TBI toxicology report shows the driver blamed in a head-on crash that killed a Maryville teen had drugs in his system.
Amelia Keown, 16, died in August. The report says John Perkins, the driver who hit her, had a level of Oxycodone in his system that was close to toxic. The report …
The interview with Gov. Bill Haslam in which he speaks about Amelia’s Law is now available for viewing on our YouTube channel. Please watch the video below. The video has been edited to only include the portion in reference to Amelia’s Law. Keep supporting our cause, Stand Up and Make a Change!
ALCOA, Tenn. (WVLT) — A Blount County family is taking the fight for a new law to the state, after their teen was killed in a car wreck.
“Amelia’s Law” is about more than her memory, they hope her death will actually protect many others.
Amelia Keown was killed in a head on collision in August. Police say the other driver, John …
A song was written for Amelia. It’s called “Amelia’s Song”. It is a beautiful song co-written and sung by a beautiful little girl named Emi. Please take a few moments and watch this video, it’s truly amazing and such a gift!
Our YouTube channel has been updated with two videos from last nights media coverage of the meeting with Lt. Gov. Ron Ramsey. Please visit our YouTube channel by CLICKING HERE to view all the videos.
On September 16th, 2012 the community came together to celebrate Amelia’s life and support her family by having a Bike Ride Benefit. Below is a tribute video highlighting the day. Feel free to watch and share!