Accident Sends Woman to Hospital, LIVINGSTON, April 12, 2008 - According to DPS Trooper, Brent Murray, at 9am on April 12, 2008 a major accident on 190 at the Corner Shell station occurred today. The accident occurred when a 1995 Volvo Station wagon driven by Crystal Schaefer, 25, of Montgomery, Texas was eastbound on 190 when a 1987 Dodge Dakota driven by Anthony Franklin, 29, of Livingston pulled directly in front of Schafer at the turnaround point by the Shell Station. Schafer broad sided Franklin. Shafer's vehicle came to a stop approximately at the point of impact while Franklin's vehicle came to rest in the grass to the right of the road. According to witnesses, Schafer's father was following her and when the accident occurred, he stopped his vehicle and came after Franklin, who in turn ran, for fear of his well being. Schafer's mother (Christine Schafer) was on the passenger's side of the vehicle and sustained non-life-threatening injuries but had to be transported to Livingston Memorial Hospital by Americare Ambulance Service. One lane of traffic was blocked while the accident was being investigated. Schafer had insurance while Franklin didn't have insurance. Airbags in the Volvo wagon deployed. There were two DPS Troopers at the scene (Brent Murray and Sam Lattner) and two Sheriff's Deputies (Jason Paske and Christian Schanmeir). There was also two ambulances at the scene from Americare Ambulance Service. There was also a rollback wrecker from Ken's towing. The accident was cleared off the road and traffic was flowing uninterrupted shortly after 10 am.