Major Accident on N. Houston and Feagin Hospitalizes Two Livingston Residents, LIVINGSTON, March 8, 2008 - An accident sent two Livingston residents to the hospital late Saturday afternoon. A white 1996 Buick LeSabre driven by a lady identified as Mrs. Pucket was east-bound on Feagin, when she was broad sided by a 1 tonne late model Dodge pickup driven by Matt Martin traveling south on North Houston at what witnesses said was a high rate of speed. Pucket came to a complete stop at a stop sign and legally proceeded across N. Houston when Martin came through and broad sided Pucket. According to Livingston Police, there was a recreational vehicle on N. Houston at the intersection stopped in the road and when Martin came driving up behind the RV he made an illegal pass, putting him at fault for the accident (that section of North Houston is solid double yellow line indicating no passing zone). The impact spun Pucket's car around and knocked it into the yard of a residence on the east side of N. Houston, the Dodge pickup driven by Martin slammed into a tree and spun around the tree taking out a section of fence in the same front yard. Both drivers were transported to Livingston Memorial hospital via Americare ambulance service (Pucket was transported to Hermann hospital in Houston via Life-Flight from Livingston Memorial). Both drivers were wearing seat belts and both drivers had insurance. There were three Americare ambulances at the scene and a pump truck from Livingston Volunteer Fire Department. Additionally, there were 4 Livingston Police patrol units at the scene. Both sides of the road were blocked off as emergency personnel tended to the accident. There were two rollback wreckers, one from Lakeview wrecker service, and one from Ken's towing. At time of press, the status of the drivers physical condition has not yet been released.