Fatality Accident in Ponca City

Ponca City Now - August 12, 2014 9:33 pm

Accident Report from the Oklahoma Highway Patrol

COLLISION OCCURRED AT 1257 ON 8-12-2014 AT ‘W’ ST AND TOWER RD, 1 MILE WEST
AND 2 MILES NORTH OF PONCA CITY, OK, KAY COUNTY.

VEHICLE 1: 2013 HONDA CRV, DRIVEN BY BRANDI TORRES(SIC), WHITE FEMALE, AGE
34 OF PONCA CITY, OK. PRONOUNCED DEAD AT SCENE DUE TO MASSIVE INJURIES.

PASSENGER 1: JAMES ANDERSON, WHITE MALE, AGE 31 OF PONCA CITY, OK.
TRANSPORTED BY EAGLE MED TO WESLEY HOSPITAL IN WICHITA, KS, ADMITTED WITH
HEAD AND TRUNK INTERNAL INJURIES IN STABLE CONDITION.

VEHICLE 2: 2002 CHEVROLET TRUCK, DRIVEN BY CASEY LINTON, WHITE MALE, AGE
23 OF PONCA CITY, OK. TRANSPORTED BY PONCA CITY EMS, TO PONCA CITY
EMERGENCY. TREATED AND RELEASED WITH HEAD AND TRUNK INTERNAL INJURIES.

PASSENGERS: NONE

WHAT HAPPENED: VEHICLE ONE WAS SOUTH BOUND ON ‘W’ STREET. VEHICLE TWO
WAS EAST BOUND ON TOWER ROAD. VEHICLE ONE AND VEHICLE TWO MET AND IMPACTED
AT THE INTERSECTION OF ‘W’ AND TOWER. INVESTIGATION IS STILL ONGOING.

SEATBELTS VEH 1- EQUIPPED/UNDETERMINED IF IN USE
SEATBELTS VEH 2- EQUIPPED/UNDETERMINED IF IN USE
AIRBAGS VEH 1- EQUIPPED/DEPLOYED
AIRBAGS VEH 2- EQUIPPED/DEPLOYED
ROADWAY 2 LANE DIRT ROAD/NOT DIVIDED
WEATHER CLEAR
PINNED NONE
EJECTED NONE

DRIVER CONDITION VEH 1- APPARENTLY NORMAL
DRIVER CONDITION VEH 2- APPARENTLY NORMAL
CAUSE OF COLLISION UNDETERMINED AT THIS TIME.

INVESTIGATE BY TROOPER MALCOLM DEMING K662 OF THE KAY/NOBLE DETACHMENT OF
TROOP K, PERRY, OK.
ASSISTED BY LT HANKINS K121, TROOPER ROSS K845, KAY COUNTY SHERIFF
DEPARTMENT, PONCA CITY FIRE AND EMS, KILDARE FIRE AND EMS, EAGLE MED.

OHP TROOP- K OPER- FRAZIER

 

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