A one vehicle crash left the driver with non life-threatening injuries after he was reportedly speeding down Lee Street. Latavion Seamster, 22, of Minden, was traveling down Lee Street at about 5 p.m., Friday, allegedly at a high rate of speed when he veered off the road to the right side, striking a guide wire, a utility pole and a tree, stopping in a drainage ditch. Minden police say the crash caused damage to public property and broke a power line, leaving residents without power for about three and a half hours. Seamster was transported by Pafford Ambulance to Minden Medical Center for his injuries. Officer First Class Chris Hammontree cited Seamster for careless operation and expired plates.
Friday crash sends one to hospital
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