Driver Stops for School Bus, Gets Slammed From Behind, LIVINGSTON, March 24, 2014 - At approximately 4:30 pm on March 24, 2014, a white 2011 Ford Fusion driven by Leslie Ann Greenville, 30, of Nacogdoches, was north-bound on US-59 near Beauty Shop Road and had come to a legal stop (for a stopped school bus), when she was suddenly slammed from behind by a gray 2003 Toyota Corolla driven by Kathryn Moore, 77, of Corrigan. Moore was north-bound on 59 and apparently didn't notice Greenville's vehicle directly in front of her. She swerved left in an effort to avoid the collision but still clipped the back of Greeville's vehicle. The collision knocked Greenville's vehicle over 10 feet forward, while Moore's vehicle spun around and came to rest partially in the center median. Americare Ambulance Service was dispatched to the scene along with Deputies Kenneth Fletcher, Janie Cain, Seargant Rob Thomas, and Trooper Kevin Burman. Both Leslie Greenville and Kathryn Moore were transported to Livingston Memorial Hospital with undisclosed injuries. The passing lane of 59 north was blocked during investigation and cleanup. According to Trooper Kevin Burman, Moore was cited for failure to control speed. A rollback wrecker from Ken's Towing recovered Greenville's vehicle and it will be stored at Pollock's Body Shop in Livingston, while Moore's vehicle was recovered by Riley Wrecker Service and will be stored in Corrigan.
30 year old Leslie Ann Greenville of Nacogdoches was transported to Livingston Memorial Hospital after being slammed from behind when she had stopped for a stopped school bus.
77 year old Kathryn Moore was also hospitalized. Moore slammed Greenville from behind.
Trooper Kevin Burman (left) investigated the accident. Also pictured is Deputy Kenneth Fletcher. Fletcher was the first emergency responder on the scene.
Kathryn Moore's 2003 Toyota Corolla is possibly totaled.
Greenville's vehicle (right) was recovered by Ken's Towing, while Moore's was recovered by Riley Wrecker Service.
Houdini was on hand to assist Ken's Towing.
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