The Oklahoma Highway Patrol documented that a private injury collision occurred at about 11:05 a.m. on Sunday at the intersection of US 177 and Hartford Avenue, about 3 miles north and 2 miles east of Tonkawa, in Kay County.
The patrol said the incident included a 2018 Subaru Outback driven by Wu Lin, 35, of Murrieta, California. Lin was transported by Blackwell EMS to Dean McGee Eye Center in Oklahoma Town, Oklahoma, wherever he was admitted in truthful ailment with an eye harm.
The second car or truck involved was a 2006 Dodge Ram pickup driven by Marvin Reed, 62, of Arkansas City, Kansas. Reed was transported by Tonkawa EMS to Blackwell Clinic in Blackwell, Oklahoma, the place he was treated and released.
A passenger in Reed’s motor vehicle, Lyllian Reed, 59, of Arkansas Town, Kansas was transported by Blackwell EMS to Blackwell Clinic in Blackwell, Oklahoma, exactly where she was addressed and unveiled.
A 2nd passenger in Reed’s auto, a 15 12 months outdated female, of Blackwell, Oklahoma, was transported by Tonkawa EMS to Blackwell Healthcare facility in Blackwell, Oklahoma, wherever she was taken care of and launched.
A third passenger in Reed’s car or truck, a 6 12 months old male, of Blackwell, Oklahoma was transported by Tonkawa EMS to Blackwell Healthcare facility in Blackwell, Oklahoma, the place he was taken care of and unveiled.
The Highway Patrol’s report said that both equally motor vehicles have been southbound on US-177. Lin’s vehicle was slowing to make remaining convert on to Hartford Avenue. Reed’s automobile was next as well carefully, tried out to pass on the remaining, and collided with Lin’s auto in the northbound lane. Both cars departed the roadway to the left and came to relaxation in a ditch. Seatbelts ended up geared up and in use by all but one particular of the passengers.
Investigated by Trooper Aaron Crompton K851, Kay/Noble County Detachment of Troop K. Assisted by Blackwell Hearth Office and Tonkawa Hearth Section.
This report is based mostly upon the trooper’s investigation of this collision. It might incorporate the viewpoint of the trooper.