An appeal's expected, but a Lincoln County jury awarded more than six million dollars to a Moreland woman who was seriously hurt in a car crash on US 127 two years ago. The court ordered Nissan Motor Company to pay most of the award for what it said was a flawed seatbelt system. Thirty-five year old Amanda Maddox said she has had to undergo numerous surgeries since being disabled in the head on collision with Edward Sapp. Police said Sapp was drunk at the time and driving on the wrong side of the road. The breakdown in the suit is this: Nissan was ordered to pay 70 percent, or 2.6 million to Maddox for blame, Sapp's estate ordered to pay 30 percent, or 1.1 million, and Nissan ordered to pay 2.5 million in punitive damages. The majority of the jury found Nissan negligent in its design of the weight bearing portion of its seatbelts. Amanda Maddox weighed 240 pounds at the time of the crash.