One person died and two others were transported to hospitals Friday night after a driver apparently made an improper U-turn, according to the Oklahoma Highway Patrol.
Emergency crews responded to State Highway 33 at Hiwassee Road just after 7 p.m. on Friday. The crash was approximately three miles west of Langston.
Troopers said a 2018 Ford Fiesta, driven by Patia Pearson, 66, of Oklahoma City, and a 2000 Chevrolet Tahoe driven by Crystal Stocker, 30, of Perkins were both traveling eastbound.
According to a report, the Fiesta made an improper U-turn and was struck by the Tahoe in the front driver-side door.
Pearson was transported by Guthrie EMS to Mercy Hospital in Oklahoma City. She was admitted in serious condition with head and trunk-internal injuries but was later pronounced a short time later.
The passenger, Gene Muse, 68, of Oklahoma City was transported by Guthrie EMS to Mercy Hospital and admitted in fair condition with head and trunk-internal injuries.
Stocker was transported by medflight to OU Medical Center and admitted in serious condition with trunk internal and leg injuries.
OHP says seatbelts were worn by all and that airbags were deployed in both vehicles.
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