|Polk County Enterprise - Local News
Copyright 2013 - Polk County Publishing Company
Blazer collides with cow in Goodrich
LIVINGSTON – A woman and two children reportedly escaped serious injury after their vehicle struck a cow shortly before 9 p.m. Wednesday on FM 2665. A 2002 Chevrolet Blazer driven by Sharon Semons West, 61, of Goodrich was eastbound when the cow attempted to cross the road and was struck by the Blazer, according to Trooper Robert Akers. West and two children, ages 10 and 11, were listed with possible injuries but declined medical treatment at the scene, the trooper indicated. No charges were filed. One child was taken to the hospital following a two-vehicle collision at 2:55 p.m. Monday on Ole Barney Road, just east of Ole Long Pull Road. A 1993 Plymouth Colt driven by Angelina Marie Howard, 25, of Livingston was westbound when the driver lost control of the car in a curve and it struck an eastbound 2007 International truck driven by James Daniel Allen, 47, of Shepherd, according to Akers. There were two child passengers, ages 2 and 4, in the Plymouth; the 4-yearold was listed with possible injuries and transported by ambulance to the Livingston hospital. Howard was cited for no driver's license, no insurance and failure to control speed.