Head-On Collision on 190 Leaves One Man Dead Two Others Injured, LIVINGSTON, March 12, 2008 - According to Department of Public Safety Trooper, David Morris, at about 11:56 am on March 12, 2008, a major head-on collision occurred on US 190 in the Spring Creek area. A white 2001 Chevrolet Suburban driven by Steven Smith, 49, of Prairieville, Louisiana was west bound on US-190 when a gray 2007 Toyota Camry driven by Spot Bullard McMahon, 47, of Madisonville, Texas was east bound on 190 veered into Smith's lane causing a head-on collision. The Suburban spun around and rolled backwards off the road on the west bound side of 190, the Toyota remained in the area of the collision facing east. Airbags in both vehicles deployed. A host of law-enforcement personnel arrived on the scene to assist including DPS Troopers and Sheriff's Deputies. There were three Ambulances at the scene from Americare Ambulance Service and the Livingston Volunteer Fire Department arrived with volunteer firemen and a heavy rescue unit. The volunteer firemen used the Jaws-of-Life to remover passengers from their vehicles. There was one passenger with Smith, Beryl Smith, 50, who was transported to Livingston Memorial Hospital with non-life threatening injuries. Steven Smith was transported via Life-Flight to Hermann Hospital in Houston. Spot Bullard was pronounced dead at the scene shortly after noon by Justice of the Peace Precinct 4 Stephen Mcentyre. According to sources, Bullard was a pharmaceutical salesman and when the collision occurred brochures, books, syringes, and samples were scattered all over the scene around the collision. Both ends of 190 were blocked off and traffic diverted as emergency personnel attended the scene of the terrible accident. Both drivers had insurance and all victims had their seat-belts fastened. There was a rollback wrecker from Lakeview Wrecker Service and a wrecker from Pollock's wrecker service dispatched to the scene. At time of press the status of Steven Smith has not yet been revealed.