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Posted: Wednesday, January 16, 2013 2:44 pm

LAWRENCE COUNTY, Tenn. (WAAY) - Search crews in Lawrence County, Tenn., are looking for a man who hasn't been seen since a Monday wreck.

Joseph Clyde Hammond was involved in a wreck near Fairview Road and South Old Military Road and hasn't been seen since the night of the wreck, according to Lawrence County authorities.

They believe Hammond is in jeopardy due to the current weather conditions.

Hammond was last seen wearing hiking boots, carpenter-style blue jeans and a long-sleeved navy shirt with white on it.

Anyone with information regarding Hammond's whereabouts is asked to call the Lawrence County Sheriff's Department at (931) 766-4165.

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