3 Vehicle Accident Sends Elderly Livingston Woman to Hospital, LIVINGSTON, June 9, 2008 - At approximately 5:15 pm on June 9, 2008, a 2002 Silver Mazda Protege' drive by Christina Carter, 21, of Livingston was west-bound on 190 and attempted to turn left onto 350 South (by City Grille) and failed to yield right-of-way to a red, late model Geo Prizm that was east-bound on 190 and driven by Shirley S. Campbell, 68, of Livingston. Campbell's vehicle slammed into Carter's vehicle and both spun around. Carter's vehicle collided with a third vehicle, a silver 2002 Mercury Grand Marquis driven by Bonnie Breaux, 52, of Livingston. Breaux's vehicle was approaching 190 from 350 when she suddenly had Carter's car headed directly at her. According to Breaux, she attempted to avoid the collision, but had no place to go, nor enough time to get of the way. Campbell's car was spun around from the initial collision and came to a rest in the middle of 190 facing west in the east-bound lanes, both her driver's side and passenger's side airbags deployed. Livingston Police Officers, Chad Ward and Leon Middleton were dispatched to the scene. Two of the drivers (Carter and Breaux) were physically okay, however, Campbell was transported to Livingston Memorial Hospital via Americare Ambulance Service. A fire engine from Livingston Volunteer Fire Department arrived on the scene to clean the road of 190 from vehicle fluids. The right lane of 190 east at 350 was blocked while the accident was being cleared. All drivers had insurance and seat-belts fastened. Two of the Vehicles (Carter's and Campbell's) were towed away from the scene (one from Polock Wrecker Service and on from Fawbush Wrecker Service). Carter was issued a citation by LPD for failure to yield right-of-way on a left turn. The accident was cleared and traffic freely flowing before 6pm.