Emergency personnel surround a vehicle off US-59 on Thursday night.
Driver Rolls Vehicle, 2 Flown Out, Family Hospitalized, GOODRICH, August 10, 2018 - At approximately 10:05 pm on August 9, 2018, a silver 2013 Buick Encore, driven by Henry Miller, 64, of Corpus Christi, was north-bound on US-59 in the vicinity of Goodrich. Miller's vehicle left the pavement to the right and rolled. His vehicle came to rest upside down in a ditch directly in front of Chesswood Baptist Church. Americare and Allegiance Ambulance Services were dispatched to the scene along with the Livingston Volunteer Fire Department Heavy Rescue Unit, Sergeant Adam Norris with the Polk County Sheriff's Office and Troopers John Allen and Chris Cain with the Texas Highway Patrol. Miller and his wife were trapped inside his vehicle. Their two kids managed to crawl out from the vehicle on their own. Both kids were transported by ambulance to CHI Livingston Memorial Hospital with non-life-threatening injuries. Firemen used the Jaws-of-Life to get the doors open from Miller's vehicle and gain access to Miller and his wife. Both were flown from the scene by medical helicopter to Conroe Regional Hospital with serious injuries. Miller admitted to have taken prescription medication prior to the accident. Miller could be facing the charge of driving while intoxicated, however, this accident remains under investigation by the Texas Highway Patrol. Miller's vehicle was recovered by Fawbush Wrecker Service and will be stored in Goodrich.
Firemen from Livingston surround and work to free 64 year old Henry Miller, of Corpus Christi, and his Wife, directly in front of Chesswood Baptist Chruch.
Henry Miller's wife is carefully removed from her entrapment. Miller and his wife were both flown to Conroe Regional Hospital.
Miller's wife, who appeared to have the most serious injuries, is prepped to be loaded onto a PHi Air Medical Helicopter.
PHi Air Medical lifts off from the parking lot of Chesswood Baptist Church enroute to Conroe Reginal Hospital. Another landing zone was set up directly across the street where Henry Miller was loaded into helicopter and also flown to Conroe.
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