Highway 33 vehicle accident sends man to hospital

A two-vehicle at one of the most dangerous intersections occurred late Thursday afternoon.

The Logan County Sheriff’s Office and Guthrie EMS responded just outside of Guthrie city limits to Highway 33 at Midwest Boulevard for the crash at 5:45 p.m.

Officials at the scene did not verify how the accident took place and continues to investigate.

The GMC suffered heavy damage to the driver’s side door and came to a stop in the median, while the Fusion sustained damage to the front end and came to a rest against a street sign.

A man, who had to be extricated from the his vehicle by medics and deputies, was taken to a Oklahoma City hospital by Guthrie EMS. The female driver of the Ford was treated and released at the scene.


2 Comments on "Highway 33 vehicle accident sends man to hospital"

  1. Alston Ingram Jr | March 20, 2020 at 5:17 am | Reply

    That six way MALFUNCTION JUNCTION has caused many wrecks. A traffic light ? is long past due.

  2. Carol Hirzel | March 25, 2020 at 1:53 pm | Reply

    Very confusing..roads and road signs should be looked at again.

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