The Oklahoma Highway Patrol noted that a individual harm collision transpired at about 4:19 p.m. on Friday on Interstate-40 westbound, about .2 miles west of Garth Brooks Blvd in Yukon, Okay in Canadian County.
The patrol stated the incident included a 2003 Honda bike driven by Reuben Stokley (SIC), 43, of Ponca Metropolis, Ok. Stokley was transported by Pafford EMS to OU Healthcare Center in Oklahoma City, exactly where he was treated & released.
A passenger on Stokley’s vehicle, Cheyenne Maloof (SIC), 23, of Calrinda, Iowa was transported by by POV to Integris Canadian Valley Medical center in Yukon, and then by Pafford EMS to OU Healthcare Heart in Oklahoma Metropolis. She was admitted in vital issue with head and trunk inner injuries.
The Highway Patrol is nonetheless investigating the instances of the collision and has not nevertheless introduced its full report. The partial report notes that the temperature was apparent and the roadway was dry. A helmet was in use by Stokley, but not in use by Maloof.
Investigated by Trooper Johnson #409 of Troop A. Assisted by Trooper Wallis #736 of Troop A, Trooper Conway #337 of the Traffic Murder Device, The Yukon Police and Fireplace Departments, Pafford EMS, and the Canadian County Sheriff’s Office.
This report is based mostly on the trooper’s investigation of this collision. It could consist of the belief of the trooper.