Justice of the Peace, Larry Whitworth (right) performed an inquest at the scene (Trooper Kevin Burman is also pictured).
Single Vehicle Accident Claims Life of Livingston Woman, LIVINGSTON, January 27, 2015 - At approximately 9:30 pm on January 26, 2015, a gray 2004 GMC Envoy was east-bound on US-190 West. According to witnesses, the vehicle initially left the pavement to the left (by Pedigo Furniture). The driver over corrected back to the right, crossed the pavement to the other side, and continued off the road. The vehicle started to turn sideways and impacted a heavy steel sign pole in the parking lot of the Old Mill Center. The vehicle spun around and the passenger side impacted the other pole of the sign as the vehicle came to rest in between the two sign post poles. Americare Ambulance Service was dispatched to the scene along with the Livingston Volunteer Fire Department, Livingston Police Department, Deputies from the Polk County Sheriff's Office, and Troopers Chris Cain and Kevin Burman with the Texas Highway Patrol. Sadly, the driver, Rechelle Ann Campbell, 46, of Livingston, was killed on impact. The witnesses stated that Campbell's vehicle was traveling at a high rate of speed. Justice of the Peace, Larry Whitworth performed an inquest at the scene. A first call car from Cochran Funeral Home transported Campbell from the scene. Her vehicle was recovered by Ken's Towing and will be stored at Harrison Body Shop in Livingston. According to investigating officer, Chris Cain, the accident remains under investigation.
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Trooper Chris Cain (right) is the primary accident investigator.
The vehicle impacted the pole at right, then spun around and impacted the left pole and came to rest between both poles.
Passenger's side of the vehicle
A first call car from Cochran Funeral Home transported Campbell from the scene.
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