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GOOD SAMARITAN CRITICALLY INJURED

Just after 8 pm Friday Cut and Shoot Fire Department and MCHD were dispatched to an auto pedestrian accident on Crockett Trace at SH 105E. When they arrived on the scene SH 105 was closed and a Hispanic man was lying in the westbound lane of SH 105E with a broken leg and some lacerations.

DPS Troopers soon arrived on the scene and learned that Pamela Middleton, 51, of 16409 Ryan Quinn in Conroe was turning west onto SH105 from Crockett Trace. As she entered the highway she turned out across the eastbound lane and the eastbound shoulder. Her Volkswagen was struck by an east bound Toyota Corola driven by Frances Moody, 78, of Orange, Texas. Ms. Moody had driven from Denton and was set to make her destination tonight when she struck Middleton on the right passenger fender and ripping the right front wheel from Moodys vehicle.

The Hispanic male was pumping gas at the Shell station on the corner when he witnessed the crash and then saw smoke coming from the Volkswagen. Thinking Middleton was trapped in the vehicle and it was on fire he sprinted the short distance from the pumps to the road. As he crossed the westbound lane of SH 105 he was struck by a westbound vehicle. Bouncing off it’s windshield he was thrown over fifty feet.

Pamela Middleton who showed signs of impairment was unable to pass field sobriety tests by DPS troopers on the scene. She was transported to Conroe Regional Hospital for a mandatory blood draw. This since the crash did involve and injury.

She has since been booked into the Montgomery County jail on a charge of Driving While Intoxicated.

 

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