Brandon Sturm's vehicle came to rest uside down at the woodline on FM-2665
Rollover Accident Sends Man to Hospital, DWI Suspected, LIVINGSTON, November 8, 2008 - A rollover accident sent a Goodrich man to Livingston Memorial Hospital. The accident occurred on November 8, 2008 at approximately 11:35 pm when a 1981 Chevy truck driven by Brandon James Sturm, 28. of Goodrich was east-bound on 2665 a few miles east of US-59 when his vehicle left the road to the right, Sturm turned back onto the road but over corrected and his truck left the road to the left and rolled. The truck came to rest upside down at the edge of the woodline. Americare ambulance service was dispatched to the scene. Also dispatched was Polk County Sheriff Deputy Vance Berry and DPS Trooper Donny Akers. Initially, Sturm was trapped in the vehicle and unresponsive, however, within minutes he became responsive and was removed from his vehicle. Sturm was loaded onto an Americare Ambulance and transported to Livingston Memorial Hospital with unspecified injuries. The west-bound lane of traffic was blocked on FM-2665 as the accident was being cleared and investigated. Sturm did have insurance but faces possible DUI charges as there was a heavy smell of alcohol detected on both himself, and his vehicle. In addition, there was a cooler with cold beer inside. A rollback wrecker from LakeView Wrecker Service arrived to recover the totaled truck. The scene was cleared and traffic fully flowing before 1 am.
Sturm was loaded on an abmulance and transported to Livingston Memorial Hospital.
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