Early Morning Accident in Livingston, LIVINGSTON, April 3, 2008 - According to witnesses, shortly after 7am on April 3, 2008 a grey 1991 Chevrolet pickup driven by Alex Smith, 18, of Livingston slammed into the rear half of a beige colored 2002 Ford Explorer in front of Billy's Donuts. The Ford was driven by Ginger Baker, 17, also of Livingston. Witnesses said the pickup was pulling out onto 190 in an east bound direction and didn't see the Ford in time who was pulling into Billy's Donuts (also east bound). Smith's truck slammed into to Baker's Ford's back half on the driver's side. Both vehicles were knocked on their sides, Baker's vehicle landed on the passenger's side, and Smith's vehicle landed on its driver's side. Baker had 3 passenger's with her sister, and two other friends. All of Baker's passengers had their seat belts fastened except for Baker herself. Smith also had his seatbelt fastened. One lane of 190 West was blocked as Livingston Police Officers directed traffic while emergency personnel tended the scene. There was an ambulance from Americare Ambulance Service who tended to all the victims of the accident at the scene, but none had life threatening injuries. Both drivers had insurance. There were several Livingston Policemen at the scene including Lewis Milner, and Kevin Blackburn. Livingston Volunteer Fire Department was also at the scene. There were two rollback wreckers, 1 from Ken's Towing and one from Fawbush Wrecker Service. The scene was cleared up before 9 am. No citations had been issued as of yet as LPD was investigating the exact cause of the accident.