Accident Takes Life of Livingston Woman, LIVINGSTON, January 27, 2014 - Shortly after 8 am on January 27, 2014, a white 1998 Nissan B3000 was south-bound on FM-350 North (just south of Horace Bonds Road). The driver, identified as Lorie W. Ellinwood, 57, of Livingston, left the pavement to the right and took faulty evasive action back to her left. As her vehicle continued left, she over corrected back to the right and left the road to the right side of the pavement. Her vehicle slid and rolled, slamming into a heavy duty fence made from steel pipe. Her truck impacted the fence with the roof and slid approximately 20 feet with the roof of the truck wrapped around the fence. Americare Ambulance Service was dispatched to the scene along with the Livingston Volunteer Fire Department, Deputy Jacob Chapman with the Polk County Sheriff's Office, and Troopers Allen Stanton, Zach Lenderman, Corporal Ramey Bass, Kevin Burman and Sergeant Nita Bowen (all with the Texas Highway Patrol). According to witnesses, Lori Ellinwood was talking when they ran up to her vehicle, but sadly, she passed away within minutes. Traffic on 350 North was partially blocked during investigation and cleanup. Justice of the Peace, Larry Whitworth performed an inquest at the scene. A first call car from Cochran Funeral Home transported Ellinwood from the scene. Two wreckers (one from Fawbush Body Shop and one from Ken's Towing) were summoned to clean up the mess. The vehicle was recovered by Fawbush Wrecker Service and will be stored in Goodrich.