State Trooper, Shawn Droddy (right), is the accident investigator.
Local Pedestrian Struck and Killed, SPRING CREEK, December 11, 2015 - At approximately 6:40 pm on December 11, 2015, a gray 2002 Chevy Suburban, driven by Glenn Roland Wilson, 65, of Livingston, was west-bound on US-190 West. According to Wilson, a woman was suddenly in front of his vehicle. Wilson's vehicle struck the woman and literally knocked her out of her shoes (just east of Pinckard Road). The woman, identified as Tracy Presley Schiele, 46, of Livingston was knocked approximately 160 feet from the point of impact. Schiele had been walking east on 190 in the west-bound lane. Americare Ambulance Service was dispatched to the scene along with Officer Adam Williford with the Livingston Police Department, and Troopers Shawn Droddy, Chad Seamans, and Zach Lenderman with the Texas Highway Patrol. Officer Williford and Trooper Seamans were the first emergency responders on the scene. Both applied CPR on Schiele as they waited for EMS personnel to arrive. Schiele was loaded into an ambulance as EMS personnel continued to apply CPR. Schiele was transported by ambulance to CHI Livingston Memorial Hospital where she was pronounced deceased. Justice of the Peace, Darrell Longino performed an inquest. Schiele was transported to Cochran Funeral Home in Livingston. Wilson was not injured. All traffic on 190 West was blocked during investigation and cleanup. Wilson's vehicle sustained minimal damage and was driven from the scene. The accident remains under investigation by the Texas Highway Patrol.
64 year old Glen Roland Wilson, of Livingston, was driving this 2002 Chevy Suburban when he struck a pedestrian that was in the middle of his lane.
EMS personnel apply CPR to 46 year old, Tracy Presley Schiele, of Livingston.
(L - R) Sergeant Phillip Waller with the Polk County Sheriff's Office, Officer Adam Williford with Livingston PD, Troopers Chad Seamans and Shawn Droddy with the Texas Highway Patrol.
Traffic on both sides of 190 West was blocked during investigation and cleanup.
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