Jane King's 1995 Oldsmobile appears to be totaled after she broadsided another vehicle (Officer Kaleb Barker (left) and Sergeant Lewis Milner with the Livingston Police Department).
Two Hospitalized in Accident, LIVINGSTON, July 17, 2011 - At approximately 4:56 pm on July 16, 2011, a red 1995 Oldsmobile Eighty Eight driven by Jane King, 54, of Goodrich failed to yield when King attempted to cross over the east-bound lanes of US-190 to FM-350 South. King's car slammed broadside into an east-bound Chevy Avalanche driven by Gerald Parrish, 57, of Pasadena. The impact knocked Parrish's vehicle onto the sidewalk near First National Bank of Livingston. King's vehicle came to rest on 350. Americare Ambulance Service was dispatched to the scene along with Officer Kaleb Barker and Sergeant Lewis Milner with the Livingston Police Department and Sergeant Jason Paske with the Polk County Sheriff's Office. King and her passenger (daughter) were both transported by Ambulance to Livingston Memorial Hospital with undisclosed injuries. Both Parrish and his wife were physically okay. Traffic on 350 and 190 (east bound) were partially blocked during investigation and cleanup. Jane King is facing possible charges of: No insurance, no driver's license, and failure to yield right-of-way. A rollback wrecker from Harwood Wrecker Service recovered King's vehicle and it will be stored at 101 Harwood Drive in Livingston. Parrish's vehicle was driven away from the scene. The scene was cleared before 6 pm.
Special thank you: Jim Harwood
Gerald Parrish's 2006 Chevy Avalanche was knocked onto the sidewalk near First National Bank.
Both Jane King and her daughter was taken to Livingston Memorial Hospital by ambulance.
Both of King's airbags deployed.
Officer Barker talks with Gerald Parrish and his wife. Barker is the investigating Officer.
King's vehicle was recovered by Big Jim Harwood. Parrish's vehicle was driven from the scene.
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