Rollover Accident on 190 East, Alcohol Suspected, LIVINGSTON, September 7, 2008 - At approximately 4:30 am on September 7, 2008 a rollover accident occurred on US-190 east when a Blue and Gray 1993 Dodge three quarter ton pickup driven by Joe Williams, 47, of Spring, was west-bound. Williams lost control of his truck and went off the road to the right and rolled and came to a rest upside down in the weeds. Polk County Sheriff's Deputy, Lee Rogers was the first responder on the scene of the accident. According to the call in to the Sheriff's Office, the driver of the vehicle was walking around and requested for no law enforcement to come. Rogers found Williams attempting to hide on the opposite side of 190 down in the grass near a home with dogs. The dogs gave Williams location away. There was a heavy smell of alcohol coming from Williams. A short time later, Sergeant William Jerry arrived to assist. Americare Ambulance Service arrived on the scene and treated, then transported Williams to Livingston Memorial Hospital. DPS Trooper Brent Henry arrived a short time later and began an investigation. A rollback wrecker from Ken's Towing arrived to recover the flipped truck and the truck will be stored at Harrison's Body Shop in Downtown Livingston. Citations may be pending for Williams depending on blood reports from Livingston Memorial Hospital. The scene was cleared shortly before 6 am.