Woman With Apparent Medical Condition Causes Accident in Front of Courthouse, LIVINGSTON, April 21, 2008 - A woman with an apparent medical condition caused an accident in town Friday, April 18, 2008 shortly after 5 pm. According to Livingston Police Officer, Lewis Milner, a silver 2004 Ford F-150 was driving erratically and swerving. Milner activated his lights and siren in an effort to stop the driver who was identified as 43 year old Pamela Wright Mchalak of Livingston. Mchalak didn't stop and after she passed over the railroad tracks by the Courthouse, she struck a 2006 Nissan sedan driven by Stacie Ann Lyons, 22, also of Livingston on the rear passenger's side and then scraped down the side of Lyons' car and struck a grey 2005 Toyota Truck driven by Connie Burrell Williams, 56, of Buna Texas, from behind. Wright's vehicle came then came to a stop. Because of the swerving by Wright, DPS trooper David Morris was summoned to the scene to administer a sobriety test on Wright. It was determined that Wright was not intoxicated, but seemed to have a medical condition that caused her to drive this way. Wright appeared to be disoriented. Wright became oriented when she was given some Dr. Pepper to drink. This leads LPD to believe that Wright was having diabetic problems. A passenger that was with Williams was injured and had to be transported to Livingston Memorial Hospital by Americare Ambulance Service. Polk County Sheriff's deputies Christian Shanmeir and Mark DuBose assisted at the scene and also helped control and direct traffic. Lyons' Nissan was towed away by Harwood Wrecker Service due to disabling damage to her car. All drivers had insurance and seatbelts fastened.