A pair of Holdenville boys were both critically injured Wednesday afternoon when the four-wheeler the two were riding has struck by a vehicle around four miles south of Wewoka.

According to an Oklahoma Highway Patrol report, the two boys, ages 11 and 17, were riding a four-wheeler eastbound on a county road and failed to stop at an intersection stop sign while making a left turn.


A pair of Holdenville boys were both critically injured Wednesday afternoon when the four-wheeler the two were riding has struck by a vehicle around four miles south of Wewoka.
According to an Oklahoma Highway Patrol report, the two boys, ages 11 and 17, were riding a four-wheeler eastbound on a county road and failed to stop at an intersection stop sign while making a left turn.
As the two boys were making the turn, a northbound vehicle driven by 22-year-old Sayre resident Chad Mason struck the two riders.
The 17-year-old, who was driving the four-wheeler, was ejected 82 feet from the point of impact, the OHP report shows. The 11-year-old passenger was thrown 76 feet.
Neither boy was wearing a helmet at the time of the crash, the report shows.
The 17-year-old was admitted to the OU Medical Center in critical condition Wednesday afternoon with head, leg, arm and internal and external injuries to the abdomen.
The 11-year-old also was admitted to the OU Medical Center with similar injuries and was listed in critical condition as well.
Mason, who was wearing his seat belt, wasn’t injured in the crash.
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