According to FHP, around 7:30 a.m. on Monday, Dec. 7, Donna Littleton, 60, of Madison was traveling east on U.S Hwy 90 and was prepared to turn left onto NE Myrrh St. Meanwhile, Yvonne Scott, 60, of Live Oak was traveling west on U.S Hwy 90 at the time. Littleton turned northeast, entering the west bound lane as she attempted to turn onto NE Myrrh St. and went into the path of Scott. Littleton claims that the sun, which was rising and just coming up into a position to provide glare, was in her eyes and she did not see Scott’s vehicle coming towards her in the west bound lane. Unable to stop in time, the front end of Scott’s 1999 Brevada was struck by the left front of Littleton’s 2008 Villager. Littleton’s vehicle did a complete half turn in a clockwise direction as it traveled southwest across the eastbound travel lane, paved apron and came to a rest on the south grass shoulder facing southwest. Meanwhile, Scott’s vehicle traveled northwest across the paved apron and came to a final rest on the north grass shoulder, facing northwest. Littleton was transported to Madison Memorial Hospital with minor injuries and Scott was transported to South Georgia Medical with serious injuries. There is no word of a further investigation into the crash. Littleton is facing charges for failure to yield right of way.