The Tennessee Highway Patrol has identified the woman injured in Saturday’s head-on collision on Highway 70 as 47-year-old Gena R. Smith of Ashland City. According to a supplemental report filed by investigating Trooper Mark Blasco, Smith was a passenger in a 2004 Dodge Dakota that was hit head-on when a pickup swerved into the opposite lane to avoid another vehicle near Catfish Kitchen. Blasco’s initial report did not identify Smith because she was allegedly in possession of multiple driver’s licenses and identifications under different names. Smith was flown from the scene to Vanderbilt University Medical Center and information on her condition or the extent of her injuries was not available. The report says Smith was a passenger in the Dakota driven by 28-year-old Ronald McElhose Jr., also of Ashland City. McElhose has been charged with criminal impersonation and driving on an expired license. Charges of criminal impersonation and possession of false identifications are pending against Smith. The wreck occurred when 49-year-old Wayne Rigdon of Burns swerved into the eastbound lane to avoid another vehicle that pulled onto the highway. McElhose and Rigdon both suffered injuries but were not transported to a hospital, according to the report. The vehicle that reportedly pulled onto the highway in front of Rigdon left the scene and the driver remains unidentified. The wreck remains under investigation including an investigation into the identifications that were discovered.