Two women injured in tractor accident

Ponca City Now - September 15, 2014 8:13 am

According to the Oklahoma Highway Patrol report two women were stuck by a tractor spring tooth yesterday evening in Payne County. a Ripley man was lifting the spring tooth using the front end loaders on the tractor, when the spring tooth unfolded striking Angela Twoguns, 44 and Kay Dee Grimes, 34.

Ambulance transported both women to Stillwater Medical Center. Twoguns was admitted in stable condition with internal and external trunk injuries and leg injuries. Grimes as admitted in stable condition with internal trunk injuries. According to the OHP report the driver was in normal condition.

 

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