Injury Accident in Osage County

Mike Seals - May 22, 2020 10:00 am

According to the Oklahoma Highway Patrol, a personal injury collision occurred this morning at approximately 5:56 a.m. on SH-97, 1.5 Miles west of Tulsa in Osage County.

A 2005 Toyota Tacoma driven by 26-year-old Johnathan McClure, from Sand Springs. was southbound on SH97, apparently too fast for the prevailing conditions.

While trying to negotiate a turn, while it was raining, he was unsuccessful, and left the road way, over-corrected, and crossed both lanes of traffic, again leaving the roadway, but on the right side of the highway, and struck a light pole.

The vehicle reportedly rolled once, and went through two fences. The driver was ejected some 30 feet from the vehicle.

As a result of his injuried, McClure was transported by EMSA to St. John’s Hospital in Tulsa, and admitted in good condition with leg and trunk internal injuries.


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