LUFKIN, TX (KTRE) - Two people were transported to a local hospital after being rear-ended by someone driving a white Ford pickup, according to Lufkin Police.
Office Cody Jackson said the woman, whose name is not immediately available, pulled out of the Harmony Hill Drive intersection when she was rear-ended by the pickup.
The driver of the pickup is at-large, but the license plate fell off in the wreck.
The woman had a seizure on her way to the hospital, but Jackson said he does not think she suffered any serious injuries.
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