Livingston Man Has Car Accident, Slams Into Tree on 2665, LIVINGSTON, April 14, 2008 - At approximately 9 pm on April 14, 2008 a black 1999 Hyundai Sonata Driven by Eric Harris, 32, of Livingston was east bound on 2665 when he lost control of his vehicle shortly after passing Holiday Lake Estates Subdivision. Harris' vehicle went off to the right of the road and slammed into a tree on 2665 and Marie Lane. Harris managed to climb out of the wreckage and waited as help arrived. Two Polk County Sheriff's Deputies were the first to arrive on the scene. Soon after, DPS trooper Glen Goodwin arrived, and then an ambulance from Americare Ambulance Service. Harris was refusing to get on the ambulance even though EMS personnel were advising him to do so. Soon, Harris' brother arrived on the scene and managed to persuade his brother to get on the ambulance and receive much needed medical attention. Witnesses at the scene said that Harris was not wearing a seatbelt when the accident occurred. It appears that the windshield had been broken when Harris' head hit the windshield. Additional personnel at the scene were Holiday Lake Estates Volunteer Fire Department and Polk County Emergency Management Coordinator, Ken Hambrick. Harris was transported to Livingston Memorial Hospital by Ambulance. Harris did have insurance. A rollback wrecker from LakeView wrecker service towed Harris' car away.