The investigation remains ongoing into a four-vehicle accident on State Highway 199 that claimed the life of Rayshell Renee' "Na-na" Hunter, 16, Friday night and injured three other teens.
John Ruiz, Dickson Police Chief, said Tuesday Moriah Lopez, 15, remains in a coma but was starting to show signs of response. Chelsi Gunsolus, 17, and Faithlyn Piggee, 15, are awake and have spoken to authorities. Hunter died at the scene. Lopez, Gunsolus and Piggee were airlifted from the scene and admitted to OU Medical Center in Oklahoma City. Gunsolus was the driver of the 2011 Chevrolet involved in the crash. Hunter, Lopez and Piggee were passengers in the vehicle.
Two other people in the accident, Hailey Sollis, 18, Blair, driver of a 2002 Mercury SUV and passenger Inchirath Vongkanchong, 34, Murfreesboro, Tenn., were injured and taken by private vehicle to Mercy Memorial Ardmore where they were treated and released. The drivers of the other two vehicles escaped injury.
Ruiz said the Oklahoma Highway Patrol is assisting the Dickson Police Department with the investigation.
Saturday, Officer Joey Applegate, Dickson Police Department, said speed is a possible factor in the accident.