Motorcycle Broadsides Minivan on 190 East, LIVINGSTON, February 10, 2008 - According to witnesses at the scene, at about 6:20 pm on February 10, 2008, a 2005 Dodge Caravan attempted a U-Turn in the middle of 190 East near 1276 and was broadsided by a Harley Davidson Night Train Motorcycle. According to DPS Trooper Glen Goodwin, the Caravan, was driven by Charles Isaac, 20, of Louisiana. Witnesses at the scene said that Isaac was East bound on Highway 190 when he attempted the U-turn in the middle of 190, the Harley Davidson motorcycle driven by Robert Wright, 48, of Indian Springs was trailing behind. Witnesses said, the minivan attempted the U-turn and allegedly didn't see Wright coming and pulled broadside right in front of the motorcycle who couldn't avoid the minivan. The motorcycle slammed into the driver's side door of the minivan. Witnesses at the scene said that Wright was not wearing a helmet when the accident occured. A fire truck from Indian Springs Volunteer fire department was at the scene, as well as 2 DPS Troopers and a several Polk County Sheriff's Deputies. A rollback wrecker from Lakeview wrecker service was summoned to haul away the motorcycle, and a rollback wrecker from Harwood Bros. wrecker service hauled away the minivan. An Americare ambulance transported Wright to Livingston Memorial Hospital and Isaac was taken by private vehicle to Livingston Memorial. The minivan was allegedly being reposessed when the accident occurred. Traffic at both sides of 190 was completely blocked until 7:05 pm. At time of press, the status of both drivers has not yet been released.