US-190 East at Tom Cummings Road, 7:30 am, 10/15/19
Accident Hospitalizes 4, SODA, October 15, 2019 - At approximately 7:25 am on October 15, 2019, a gray 2009 Honda Civic, driven by Beth H. McKelvie, 40, of Livingston, was east-bound on US-190 East. As McKelvie was approaching Tom Cummings Road, a white 2006 Ford F-150, driven by Devona Marie Montgomery, 26, of Livingston pulled off of Tom Cummings Road and directly in front of McKelvie. McKelvie's vehicle T-boned Montgomery's vehicle. The impact spun Montgomery's vehicle around as it slid over the west-bound lanes of 190 and came to rest on the shoulder. McKelvie's vehicle came to rest in the middle of the east-bound lanes. Allegiance Ambulance Service was dispatched to the scene along with the Livingston Volunteer Fire Department Heavy Rescue Unit, Deputies from the Polk County Sheriff's Office and Corporal Ramey Bass, along with Troopers David Morris, Nick Hatton, Alan Stanton, and Sergeant Sam Lattner with the Texas Highway Patrol. Volunteer Firemen cut the roof off of McKelvie's vehicle. Emergency personnel carefully removed McKelvie from her vehicle and transported her by ambulance to Conroe Regional Hospital. McKelvie's passengers, three small children, were transported by Ambulance to CHI Livingston Memorial Hospital as a precautionary measure. Montgomery was cited for failure to yield. Both Vehicles were recovered by Ken's Towing and will be stored at Harrison Body Shop in Livingston.
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40 year old Beth H. McKelvie, of Livingston, is pinned in her 2009 Honda Civic (doors jammed) after she slammed into a vehicle that failed to yield.
26 year old Devona Marie Montgomery, of Livingston, was driving this 2006 Ford F-150. Montgomery pulled off of Tom Cummings Road and failed to yield to McKelvie.
Volunteer Firemen from Livingston cut the roof off of McKelvie's vehicle to gain access to her. McKelvie is covered in a protective blanket to protect her from glass and metal as the roof is being removed.
Emergency personnel use every possible precaution in order to safely remove McKelvie from her vehicle.
McKelvie was transported by ambulance to Conroe Regional Hospital.
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