Alamo Woman Injured in Oklahoma 18 Wheeler Accident
An Alamo, Texas woman was among three injured in an 18 wheeler accident on I-35 in Oklahoma, Sunday morning, Police said.
The woman, identified as 88-year-old Anita June Smith, was transported via helicopter to OU Medical Center in Oklahoma City after enduring a serious head injury when a freightliner truck made an unsafe lane change, authorities with the Oklahoma Highway Patrol reported.
Smith was traveling in a Lincoln Town Car, which was driven by 66-year-old Gregory N. Shuey, a resident of Overland Park, Kansas. Shuey was not injured in the 18 wheeler truck accident.
The freightliner was operated by 55-year-old Rex Allen Gibson of Colorado.
Another vehicle involved in the 18 wheeler accident in Murray County, a 2007 Acura, was driven by 22-year-old Forrest Douglas Brown and contained passenger, 21-year-old, Anthony Joseph Farr. Matthew Baker, 22, was also a passenger in the Acura. Baker was transported via ground ambulance to Mercy Memorial Hospital in Ardmore with injuries sustained to his legs.
Everyone involved in the 18 wheeler accident was wearing a seatbelt, officials said.
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