Late Night Multiple Rollover Accident on 59 in Goodrich, GOODRICH, October 15, 2008 - At approximately 1 am on October 15, 2008, a gray 2002 Dodge full size pickup, driven by Sherry L. Adams, 27, of Ball, Louisiana was south-bound on US-59 in Goodrich when the truck left the road to the right and rolled multiple times before coming to rest on its side. Polk County Sheriff's Deputy Lee Rogers and David Ramsey were dispatched to the scene of the accident. Upon arrival they found Adams at the scene with the appearance of being intoxicated. An ambulance from Americare Ambulance Service arrived and treated Adams at the scene. DPS Trooper David Morris was dispatched to the scene and followed a short time later by Deputy Billy Duke. The truck's spare tire was found on the other side of the road in the median while the rear passenger's side tire was found by Deputy Duke nearly a hundred yards away in the weeds and had been busted clean off its axel. A debris field from the rollover had everything from shoes and clothes, to music CDs to cash. Traffic was not blocked while the accident was being investigated and cleared. Adams was transported to Livingston Memorial Hospital by Americare Ambulance. Pending an investigation, citations could be pending including unsafe speed and possible DUI. Adams did have insurance. A rollback wrecker from Ken's towing arrived to recover the totaled truck and it will be stored at Harrison's Body Shop in downtown Livingston. The scene was cleared by 2:30 am.