Semi-truck driver injured in Grant county

Ponca City Now - October 10, 2014 11:58 am

A semi-truck driver was injured after veering off the road in Grant County yesterday evening. According to the Oklahoma Highway Patrol report, Morris Tyrone, 57 of Enid was headed south on CR-940. He departed the road to the right, continued in a ditch before crossing a private drive. The truck then rolled 1/4 time onto it’s passenger side. The report said while the truck was sliding, it struck a utility pole and corner post. It then came to a stop a short distance later in the west ditch along the roadway.

Tyrone was flown to OU Medical Center and admitted with head injuries. The report said he is in stable condition.

 

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