Two days after Honey Boo Boo (aka Alana Thompson) and her family were involved in a serious car crash, E! News has obtained audio from the 911 call that was reported by a witness to the wreck.
In the clip, a woman phones in to a 911 emergency operator, saying, "There's a wreck right in front of Lowe's. They just hit each other."
The operator asks if there are injuries, to which the woman responds, "I don't think so. I'm at the light and they hit each other but it don't look too bad."
An ambulance arrives to the scene at the end of the one-minute call before the woman hangs up.
The Monday night accident, which involved Thompson family members Alana, Mama June, Sugar Bear, Pumpkin and Chubbs, occurred in Milledgeville, Ga. when a pickup truck hit the Here Comes Honey Boo Boo stars' vehicle as they were making a left turn at the light. The other car was being driven by 19-year-old Seth Cagle.
Cagle's attorney, Walter Green, told E! News today, "He [Seth] went to the hospital last night. [He] is experiencing pain in the lower and upper back. He is waiting to hear back from the doctor and see what the doctor recommendations are and will follow the doctor's recommendations."
Green hasn't been in contact with the Thompson family or their attorneys or TLC. Green adds that his client's insurance company has been in contact with the Thompsons. "His vehicle isn't drivable," Green says. "They have sent someone to investigate the accident. Seth reported the accident to his insurance as well. He wants to let the insurance companies take its course just like any accident. It is nothing out of the ordinary."
"He (Seth) is doing good and he is going to be fine but he is a little sore right now," he added.
Yesterday, Mama June told E! News post-crash and after a family visit to the hospital, "As many of you have heard we were in a car accident last night. It was really scary for us, since it was the first time any of us had ever been in a wreck. We are definitely really sore today, but our top priority is to celebrate Pumpkin's birthday. She turned 14 today and no matter how sore we feel we are going to go out and celebrate. As always we want to thank everyone for their support and well wishes."
Earlier this morning, Chubbs was spotted heading back to school with a smile on her face.
—Reporting by Senta Scarborough