Major Head-on Accident on 146 Sends 2 Men to Hermann Hospital Via Life Flight, LIVINGSTON, February 5, 2008 - Shortly after 11:30 am, on Tuesday February 5, 2008, a major head-on accident occurred on Highway 146 in front of the Arena Veterinary Clinic. According to witnesses, an East Tex Telephone pickup truck and a Ford Ranger XLT collided due to one of the two vehicles crossing over into the other lane. According to Livingston Police Officers on the scene, both men were transported to Hermann Hospital in Houston via Life Flight. Witnesses said the man in the telephone truck, David Humble of Livingston, suffered two broken legs and multiple other injuries. According to Livingston Police officers, the driver's name of the Ford Ranger is being witheld pending notification of family. Traffic at about 100 yards in both directions from the accident was completely blocked as policemen, Sheriff's deputies, 1 DPS trooper, volunteer firemen from Livingston Volunteer Fire Dept., EMS personnel, and emergency personnel worked to investigate and clean up the scene. Two Ambulances were at the scene. LPD said that David Humble was transported to Livingston Memorial Hospital via ambulance, and then life flighted to Hermann hospital in Houston, while the driver of the Ford Ranger was transported just a short distance away via ambulance to the rodeo grounds where life flight was able to transport him to Hermann Hospital. Witnesses said the driver of the Ranger was an elderly man possibly in his 60s. Airbags in both vehicles were deployed. There were three rollback wreckers, 2 from Harwood wrecker service and one from Ken's towing. According to LPD, an investigation is underway to determine which vehicle is at fault in the accident.