This Dodge Ram pickup rolled and came to rest upright near the Corner Shell off 190 West.
Accident by Corner Shell, 1 Hospitalized, BLANCHARD, March 21, 2019 - At approximately 11:50 am on March 21, 2019, a black Dodge Ram pickup, driven by James Crenshaw, 56, of Livingston, was east-bound on US-190 West. As Crenshaw was passing by the Corner Shell station, a blue Toyota Sienna, driven by Mary Churchman, 82, of Livingston, attempted to crossover from the west-bound side of 190 to FM-2457. Churchman failed to yield and struck the back side portion of Crenshaw's pickup. The impact caused Crenshaw to lose control as his pickup left the pavement to the right and entered the median where it rolled and came to rest upright. Churchman's vehicle also entered the median where it came to rest. Allegiance Ambulance Service was dispatched to the scene along with Corporal Ramey Bass and Trooper Zach Lenderman with the Texas Highway Patrol. Additionally, Deputy Terri Mayer with the Polk County Sheriff's Office arrived to assist. Churchman was transported to CHI Livingston Memorial Hospital with non-life-threatening injuries. Crenshaw was physically okay. Churchman will be cited for failure to yield right-of-way. Crenshaw's vehicle was recovered by George White & Sons Wrecker Service and will be stored in Onalaska while Churchman's vehicle was recovered by LakeView Wrecker and will be stored in Livingston.
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56 year old James Crenshaw, of Livingston, was driving this Dodge pickup when he was struck by another vehicle. Crenshaw's vehicle entered the median and rolled.
82 year old Mary Churchman, of Livingston, attempted to cross over the west-bound lanes of 190 to FM-2457 and failed to yield to Crenshaw. Her minivan struck the rear side portion of Crenshaw's pickup.
Churchman was transported by ambulance to CHI Livingston Memorial Hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.
Corporal Ramey Bass and Trooper Zach Lenderman with the Texas Highway Patrol investigated the accident.
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