The vehicle was occupied by 2 people, but only 1 was found.
Rollover Accident at 2 am on 146 South, LIVINGSTON, October 4, 2008 - A rollover accident occurred on Highway 146 South about 9 miles out of Livingston. The accident occurred when a white 2004 Isuzu Rodeo that was occupied by two people was south bound on 146. The vehicle went off the road to the left about 2 am and rolled one time coming to a rest upside down in the weeds facing north. The two occupants fled the scene of the accident. However, one of the occupants, David Barnett, 27, of Cleveland was located by a witness, Mike Bell of Livingston who was able to alert Polk County Sheriff Deputy, Darren Crow. Barnett was returned to the scene of the rollover. In the meantime, an Americare Ambulance was dispatched to the scene and DPS Trooper Kevin Burman. Nobody appears to have been hurt in the accident, and, at time of press, the second occupant has not yet been located. The south-bound lane of 146 was blocked as the accident was being cleared and investigated. According to Trooper Burman, a citation will be issued for failure to maintain lane of traffic. The vehicle was insured and the was recovered from LakeView Wrecker service. The vehicle will be stored at LakeView Body Shop in Livingston. The accident was cleared by around 4 am and traffic fully flowing.
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