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Two men were indicted today in the deaths of a mother and son who were on Interstate 65 helping a crashed driver in February.

Two men were indicted today in the deaths of a mother and son who were on Interstate 65 helping a crashed driver in February.

Gary Carney, 63, and Jack Norwood, 49, were both indicted with reckless endangerment with a deadly weapon and failure to exercise due care resulting in the death of another.

On Feb. 16, 34-year-old Kristi Clark and 10-year-old son Carter Oakley were stuck by Carney, a semi-truck driver, after they got out of their vehicle to help five people in an overturned SUV Norwood was driving that had hit a patch of ice at mile marker 64.6.

Oakley died at the scene and Clark was pronounced dead a short time later at the Williamson Medical Center.

Carney and Norwood turned themselves in to Williamson County authorities after learning of the charges.

Carney is currently free on a $25,000 bond. Norwood is being held at the Williamson County Jail on a $25,000 bond.

Both Carney and Norwood will appear in court on Oct. 1 for their arraignments.

Samantha Hearn reports for Home Page Media Group. She can be reached via email at [email protected] or on Twitter @samanthahearn.

Two men were indicted today in the deaths of a mother and son who were on Interstate 65 helping a crashed driver in February.

Gary Carney, 63, and Jack Norwood, 49, were both indicted with reckless endangerment with a deadly weapon and failure to exercise due care resulting in the death of another.

On Feb. 16, 34-year-old Kristi Clark and 10-year-old son Carter Oakley were stuck by Carney, a semi-truck driver, after they got out of their vehicle to help five people in an overturned SUV Norwood was driving that had hit a patch of ice at mile marker 64.6.

Oakley died at the scene and Clark was pronounced dead a short time later at the Williamson Medical Center.

Carney and Norwood turned themselves in to Williamson County authorities after learning of the charges.

Carney is currently free on a $25,000 bond. Norwood is being held at the Williamson County Jail on a $25,000 bond.

Both Carney and Norwood will appear in court on Oct. 1 for their arraignments.

Samantha Hearn reports for Home Page Media Group. She can be reached via email at [email protected] or on Twitter @samanthahearn.