Personal Injury Collision in Kay County

Team Radio Marketing Group - June 3, 2017 4:19 pm

The Oklahoma Highway Patrol reported a personal injury collision occurred about 11:09 p.m. Saturday on US60, about 1 mile west of Waverly Street and approximately 1 mile west of Ponca City in Kay County.

The patrol said the accident involved a 2016 Harley Davidson driven by Curtis Shelton, 63, of Bandera, TX. Shelton was transported by Ponca City Fire Department to Alliance Health in Ponca City. Then transported by AirEvac to St Francis in Tulsa, OK. Admitted in stable but serious condition with head, trunk internal, trunk external, arm, and leg injuries.

The second vehicle involved was a 2010 Dodge driven by Patricia Allen, 56, of Tonkawa, OK. Allen was transported by private vehicle to Alliance Health where she was treated and released.

A passenger in Allen’s vehicle, Tommy Webb, 64, of Tonkawa, OK was transproted by private vehicle to alliance healht where he was treated and released.

The Highway Patrol’s report stated Shelton’s vehicle was eastbound on US60 and pulled to the outside shoulder. Allen’s vehicle was eastbound on US60 on the inside lane. Shelton’s vehicle made a left turn across both lanes in front of Allen’s vehicle. Shelton’s vehicle was struck by Allen’s vehicle on the left side separating the driver of Shelton’s vehicle approximately 15 feet. Airbags were equipped and deployed in the front in Allen’s vehicle. Seatbelts were also equipped and in use in Allen’s vehicle. A helmet was in use by Shelton. The cause of the collision is listed as an improper turn from the wrong lane.

 

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