The report was written by the Mississippi Highway Patrol, which worked the accident on Highway 50 in Clay County. It is not public record but was given to the NEMS Daily Journal by Morgan's husband.
"It's horrible," David Morgan said from North Mississippi Medical Center in Tupelo, where his wife has been in critical condition since the accident.
Despite wearing a helmet, Jan Morgan suffered numerous cuts, bruises, broken bones and head trauma during the crash and remains in an induced coma. She has made mild improvements the past 12 days, but her prognosis isn't known.
The driver was identified in the report as Cedarbluff resident Robbine Norton, age 44. She has not been charged in connection with the incident.
"I was in shock," Norton told the NEMS Daily Journal when contacted by phone Tuesday.
She said she remembers hitting Morgan and getting out of her car to check on the 57-year-old woman. But she doesn't remember getting back in the vehicle and driving over her again as she lay unconscious on the road.
She also disputes talking on her phone during the crash or while checking on Morgan, as cited in the report.
Read Friday's NEMS Daily Journal for the full story.