Lufkin police: Woman taken to hospital after car crashes into creek
From the Lufkin Police Department
LUFKIN, Texas (News Release) - A woman was taken to a local hospital after she lost control of her car and it crashed into a creek.
The woman was driving on Old Union Road when the car ran up over the guard rail of a bridge and fell roughly 20 feet into the creek bed.
Officials say the water in the creek was about ankle-deep, according to first responders on the scene.
Public Information Officer, Jessica Pebsworth, says the woman was conscious, alert and complaining of back pain as Lufkin firefighters worked to free her from the car, which came to rest on its roof.
There is no further information to release at this time.