A single-vehicle that went airborne, and crashed, sent the driver to the hospital Sunday. According to Texas Department of Public Safety State Trooper Brent Murray at approximately 4:30 p.m. Angie Inez Snow, 36, of Carthage was traveling southbound in a white 2007 Jeep on U.S. Highway 59 North when she failed to negotiate a right hand curve in the roadway.
Snow crossed the northbound lanes of traffic to the shoulder where she left the roadway and traveled over a culvert. Traveling over the culvert sent Snow airborne where the Jeep collided with several branches approximately 15 feet in the air, and came down in a pasture on the other side of a fence. Snow was transported by Timpson Volunteer Ambulance Service to Nacogdoches for treatment of her injuries. No citations have been given at this time. The Timpson Volunteer Fire Department arrived at the scene and used jaws-of-life to help get Snow out of the vhicle, and provided traffic control at the scene. Hutto Wrecker Service towed the vehicle.