Accident on 146 Sends Man to Hospital, Driver Taken In For Suspicion of DWI, LIVINGSTON, February 16, 2008 - Shortly before 7 pm on February 16, 2008 a single vehicle accident occurred on Highway 146 North near the rodeo arena. The driver was northbound on 146 when he allegedly lost control of his copper colored Chevy truck and went off the road. According to Livingston Police, the truck took out two mail boxes before coming to a stop in the grass. The driver and passenger were two Hispanic males. The passenger was transported to Livingston Memorial Hospital via Americare Ambulance service, and the driver was arrested for suspicion of driving while intoxicated. As is policy with Livingston Police, the names of the men were not released at the scene. There were three Livingston Police Units at the scene and one Polk County Sheriff Deputy. The Chevy truck was hauled away by a Bounds Autoplex Wrecker. One lane (inside lane) of traffic was shut down while law enforcement conducted their investigation and cleaned up the wreckage. By 8 pm both lanes were fully opened and traffic was flowing. It is not yet known if the driver had insurance or if their seat-belts were fastened.