A child who was initially thought to have been killed in a crash on Interstate 24 was revived and is receiving medical treatment.
The crash happened near Medical Center Parkway in Rutherford County on Thursday afternoon.
According to the THP report, 57-year-old Thomas Rogers was driving eastbound when he tried to get over into another lane, hitting a 2002 Honda Odyssey van.
Rogers reportedly hit the van on the driver's side, causing the van to go into a ditch, overturn and hit several trees.
The driver of the van, 36-year-old Tomas Eduardo Guitierrez-Compos, was injured.
He had four passengers in the car, including a 9-year-old, a 5-year-old and a 2-year-old.
THP says the 5-year-old was initially pronounced dead but was later revived.
Rogers' 2003 Honda Civic spun several times but came to a controlled stop on the right shoulder. He was not injured.
Rogers is charged with improper passing and due care. The THP report says it's unknown if Rogers had been using drugs.
THP: 5-year-old victim in I-24 crash revived, receiving medical treatment