Driver Rolls Truck, 3 Hospitalized, MOSCOW, May 12, 2010 - Shortly after 7 pm on May 11, 2010 a silver 2002 Ford F-150 driven by a 15 year old Moscow girl was east-bound on Jack Station Road in Moscow when she lost control of her truck and rolled. The truck came to rest upside down facing south on the right side of the road. Americare Ambulance Service was dispatched to the scene along with DPS Trooper Chris Stanbery and Deputies Lee Rogers and Doug Sangster. The vehcile was occupied by the driver plus 6 passengers. The 15 year old driver plus 2 of her passengers were transported to Livingston Memorial Hospital with undisclosed injuries. Traffic on Jack Station road was partially blocked during investigation and cleanup. The truck was insured. The driver could possibly face ciations for unsafe speed, and driving without a driver's license. A rollback wrecker from Riley Wrecker Service recovered the totaled truck and it will be stored in Corrigan.
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These girls were treated at the scene and transported to Livingston Memorial Hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.
Deputy Lee Rogers with the Polk County Sheriff's Office.
The truck was recovered by Riley Wrecker Service out of Corrigan.
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