19 year old Jonathan Schoell-Abreggo, of Livingston, is wheeled to an ambulance.
Driver Slams City Sewer Truck From Behind in Major Accident, LIVINGSTON, March 27, 2015 - At approximately 7:45 am on March 27, 2015, a City of Livingston Sewer Truck driven by Travis McCreight, 25, of Livingston, was waiting to make a left turn onto Old Woodville Road from East Church Street (190 E). McCreight was slammed from behind by a silver 2012 Dodge Avenger driven by Jonathan Schoell-Abbrego, 19, of Livingston. The city truck sustained minor damage while the car was totaled. Americare Ambulance Service was dispatched to the scene along with the Livingston Volunteer Fire Department Heavy Rescue Unit and Officers Brandon Brewer, Kaleb Barker, Lieutenant Matt Parrish, and Chief Dennis Clifton (all with Livingston Police Department). Schoell-Abbrego was pinned in his vehicle. Firemen used the Jaws-of-Life to extract Schoell-Abbrego from his vehicle. He was loaded onto an ambulance and transported to CHI Livingston Memorial Hospital with undisclosed injuries. Traffic on the east-bound side of the road was blocked during investigation and cleanup. The accident remains under investigation by Officer Brandon Brewer. Schoell-Abbrego's vehicle was recovered by Ken's Towing and will be stored at Harrison Body Shop in Livingston.
Firemen work to free Schoell-Abbrego from his vehicle.
Scholl-Abbrego slammed this City of Livingston sewer truck from behind (truck driven by 25 year old Travis McCreight, of Livingston).
Officer Brandon Brewer (left) speaks with McCreight.
Shcoll-Abreggo was freed from his vehicle and driven by ambulance to CHI Livingston Memorial Hospital.
Airbags in Scholl-Abbrego's vehicle deployed.
Scholl-Abbrego's vehicle was recovered by Ken's Towing (Ken pictured).
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