Battling rain and cold, emergency personnel tend to 2 small children that were accident victims.
Young Family Hospitalized When Mother Loses Control of Truck on Slick Roads, CORRIGAN, February 13, 2012 - At approximately 12:30 pm on February 13, 2012, a black Chevy Silverado driven by Julisses Rangel, 22, was north-bound on US-59 in Corrigan when, apparently going too fast for the wet road conditions, she lost control of her truck and slid into the south-bound lanes, left the road, and crashed into Bear Creek. Americare Ambulance Service was dispatched to the scene along with the Corrigan Volunteer Fire Department, and Officer Kendall Stewart and Corrigan Police Chief Ray Stubbs. Additionally, Troopers Darwon Evans, Coproral Sam Lattner, and Sergeant Nita Bowen arrived to assist. Julisses Rangel, her husband and their two small children were all taken to Livingston Memorial Hospital with undisclosed injuries. According to Officer Stewart, no citation have been issued at this time. Traffic was partially blocked during investigation and cleanup. A rollback wrecker from Clifton Chevrolet recovered the vehicle and it will be stored in Corrigan. The scene was cleared by 2 pm.