Loaded 18 Wheeler Turns Over in Drainage Ditch, MOSCOW, December 26, 2012 - Shortly before 2:30 pm on December 26, 2012, a 2000 Mac Tractor/Trailer driven by James Preston Howell, Jr., 49, of Jackson, was west-bound on FM-62 (about 5 miles from US-59). Howell entered a curve apparently going too fast. Howell lost control of his rig and left the pavement to the right and turned upside down. The rig jack-knived and came to rest upside down in a drainage ditch. Americare Ambulance Service was dispatched to the scene along with Troopers David Flowers, Kevin Burman, and Chad Seamans. Howell was transported to Livingston Memorial Hospital with non-life-threatening injuries. Howell was transporting a full load of ply wood that was strewn along the grass on the side of the road that he crashed on. According to Trooper Flowers, Howell will be cited for unsafe speed. A heavy duty wrecker from Riley Wrecker Service out of Corrigan and a crew of men were summoned to clean up the mess. At time of press (7 pm) the mess is still being cleaned up.