Tennessee Highway Patrol Trooper Charles Van Morgan is in hot water after failing to stop after passing an accident on the side of the road. The trooper received orders to track down a speeding car, however it turns out the speeding car he was looking for was, in fact, the same car that was crashed at the side of the road. Not realizing it, the trooper passed the crashed car and kept going. Eventually, the trooper received a call that there was a crash and went back, only to realize it was the car he passed, and it was now on fire. 20-year-old Gordon Kyle Anito was inside the car, and ended up dying. Now, a $10 million wrongful-death lawsuit has been filed by Anito's family, who argue that Anito's death may have been prevented if the trooper had stopped or reported the accident as soon as he saw it. See the full-length dashcam video of this incident.