Truck Rolls Multiple Times on FM-350 South, DWI Suspected, LIVINGSTON, October 26, 2008 - At approximately 1:30 am on October 26, 2008, a two tone red 1992 Ford F-150 driven by John David Cranor, 23, of Livingston, was north-bound on 350 South when his vehicle left the road to the right and went into a field where it rolled several times. Livingston Volunteer Fire Department Heavy Rescue led by Chief Corky Cochran was dispatched to the scene of the accident. In addition, Polk County Sheriff's Deputy Darren Crow arrived to assist. Also dispatched to the scene were DPS Troopers Darwon Evans and David Morris. Cranor was reportedly unconscious when first responders arrived. Cranor eventually came to and was treated at the scene by a crew from Americare Ambulance Service. According to DPS, heavy smell of alcohol came from the vehicle, and from Cranor. Cranor was transported to Livingston Memorial Hospital with unspecified injuries. One lane of traffic was blocked as the accident was being investigated and cleared. Cranor faces the possibility of multiple citations including DWI (pending outcome of toxicology reports). A roll back wrecker from Harwood Wrecker Service and arrived to recover Cranor's truck from the scene, and the truck will be stored at Harwood Towing in Livingston. Cranor had insurance. The scene was cleared and traffic fully flowing shortly after 2 am.
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