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No seatbelt. Officer Donald Dyson listens to an ejected passenger in a ditch.
Absolutely Bizarre Wreck Hospitalizes 1, LIVINGSTON, March 10, 2020 - At approximately 2 am on March 10, 2020, a white 2014 Dodge Charger, driven by Taylor Connell, 21, of Livingston, was north-bound on the US-59 feeder road (800 block near the Relax Inn). Taylor's his vehicle left the pavement to the right. Taylor's attempted to pull back onto the pavement and rolled the vehicle. His vehicle slid back onto the pavement on its roof, and he was broadsided (while upside down) by a north-bound 1999 green Dodge Durango driven by his friend, Beatrice Harrell, 25, of Livingston. The two were allegedly following eachother and had allegedly just left a club. During the rollover, Connell's passenger was ejected (no seatbelt) and landed in a ditch. Both vehicles came to rest on the pavement of the 59 feeder. Officers Chad Lilley and Donald Dyson with Livingston Police Department were dispatched to the scene along with Allegiance Ambulance Service. Connell's passenger was transported by ambulance to CHI Livingston Memorial Hospital with undisclosed injuries (there were no other injuries). Harrell's vehicle was recovered by Ken's Towing and will be stored at Harrison Body Shop in Livingston. Connell's vehicle was recovered by LakeView Wrecker and will be stored in Livingston. Citations in this accident are pending.
21 year old Taylor Connell, of Livingston, was driving this 2014 Dodge Charger. Connell rolled his vehicle and was broadsided (while upside down) by a friend's vehicle.
25 year old Beatrice Harrell, of Livingston, was driving this 1999 Dodge Durango when she impacted her friend's vehicle. The friend's vehicle slid on its roof directly in front of Harrell.
It's safe to say that the Charger was totaled.
The driver of the Charger (standing at right) stands over his passenger as they wait for EMS personnel.
Officer Chad Lilley is the primary investigator.
Harrell's vehicle was recovered by Ken's Towing.
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