Weird Accident in Front of Radio Station Hospitalizes One, LIVINGSTON, July 16, 2009 - At approximately 9:30 pm on July 15, 2009, a black 2005 Chevy Malibu driven by Jamie Randolph, 29, of Livingston was north-bound on US-59 in Livingston. As Randolph approached Radio Station Road, she was struck from behind by a 1999 Ford F-150 driven by her husband, Stacy Randolph, 42, of Livingston. Wife Jamie Randolph was in the Malibu with another Man, Charlie Wilson, of Livingston. The collision knocked Stacy Randolph's vehicle into the grassy median that separates the north and south-bound sides and is directly in front of the radio station, KETX 92.3. Both of Stacy Randolph's airbags deployed. Sergeant Rob Thomas of the Polk County Sheriff's Office was dispatched to the scene along with DPS Trooper Sam Lattner. Jamie Randolph's passenger, Charlie Wilson, was injured in the accident and transported by Americare Ambulance to Livingston Memorial Hospital with un-specified injuries. Jamie Randolph received citations for no driver's license and no insurance, Stacy Randolph was issued citations for failure to control speed and no insurance. Neither vehicle was towed because both vehicles were drivable. Traffic was not blocked during investigation and cleanup. The scene was cleared before 11 pm.
Jamie Randolph's 2005 Malibu was knocked into the median directly in front of the Radio Station KETX (background).
Jamie Randolph's husband (Stacy) was driving this 1999 Ford Truck when he rammed her from behind and knocked her into the median.
Jamie Randolph was in her vehicle with another man (Charlie Wilson) who was transported to Livingston Memorial Hospital.
Both of Jamie Randolph's airbags deployed.
Passenger Charlie Wilson is wheeled to an Americare Ambulance.
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