Onalaska Man Sent to Hospital in Accident on FM-943, SEGNO, July 1, 2008 - At approximately 1:15 am on July 1, 2008, a red, 2008, Ford F-150 pickup being driven by Michael Dwayne Dunaway, 28, of Onalaska was east-bound on FM 943, and tried to avoid a deer causing Dunaway to lose control of his truck and leave the road. Dunway's truck slid to the left hand side of the road and became disabled about 100 yards from the Polk County/Hardin County Line. Dunaway injured his head and was treated by EMS personnel with Americare Ambulance Service. Dunaway had is seatbelt fastened and has insurance. Polk County Sheriff Deputy David Ramsey was the first person to arrive on the scene, followed by Americare, and a brief appearance from Hardin County Sheriff Deputy J. Roberts. DPS Trooper David Morris was dispatched to the scene of the accident. Dunaway was transported to Livingston Memorial Hospital by Americare Ambulance Service. One lane of 943 was blocked while the accident was being cleared. A rollback wrecker from Ken's towing towed Dunaway's vehicle and it is being stored at Harrison's Body Shop in Livingston. The accident was cleared before 3 am.
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