Truck Rolls on FM-1276, BIG SANDY, January 21, 2009 - At approximately 8:15 pm on January 20, 2009 a white 1988 Chevy truck driven by Mark Edward Woolf, 29, of Livingston was north-bound on FM-1276 when he allegedly tried to avoid two deer. Woolf's truck left the road to the left and plowed into a drainage ditch. Woolf's vehicle rolled on its front end and came to rest inverted on it's nose leaning backward. Americare Ambulance Service, DPS Trooper Darwon Evans, Deputy Thomas Toomey, and the Indian Springs Volunteer Fire Department led by Assistant Chief Jerry Lusczki were dispatched to the scene. It appears that Woolf's head hit the windshield during the accident and according to witnesses at the scene, Woolf had a massive head wound and was bleeding badly. Woolf was treated at the scene by EMS Personnel from Americare and transported to Livingston Memorial Hospital. The south-bound lane of 1276 was blocked as the accident was being investigated and cleared. Woolf was issued citations for no insurance and driving with an invalid license. The vehicle was recovered by a wrecker from Harwood Wrecker Service. The scene was cleared shortly before 10 pm.