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Accidents : Jameson and Carrollton residents injured in separate accidents Sunday
Posted by John on 2013/4/1 6:50:00 (278 reads) News by the same author

A Jameson man was injured and then arrested due to an A-T-V accident last night on Kodiak Avenue just south of Jameson in Daviess County. One person was injured yesterday afternoon in an accident about three miles
south of Avalon in southern Livingston County.

The highway patrol said 21 year old Bryan Johnson of Jameson was southbound when his A-T-V struck a deer. The machine flipped end over end throwing Johnson off and landing in the middle of the roadway. The A-T-V came to a halt on its top on the west side of the road.

Johnson received what the patrol called moderate injuries. He was taken by ambulance to the Cameron Regional Medical Center. A separate report from the highway patrol accused Bryan L. Johnson of Jameson with driving while intoxicated and unlawfully operating an all terrain vehicle while under the influence of alcohol or drugs.

One person was injured yesterday afternoon in an accident about three miles south of Avalon in southern Livingston County. 58 year old Deborah Miller of Carrollton received minor injuries and was taken to the Hedrick Medical Center. She had turned from county road 320 to go south on U-S 65 when a vehicle came over a hillcrest and hit her mini-van in the rear. The second vehicle was operated by 17 year old Alexandra Thompson of Breckenridge who wasn't hurt. Damage was moderate to both vehicles. Both drivers were using seat belts.

In a separate incident, the highway patrol reported 57 year old Beryl Johnson of Hale was arrested last night in Livingston county. He is accused of driving while intoxicated and failure to drive on the right half of the road resulting in an accident.

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