Several teenagers from Meeker were injured in a one-vehicle accident over the holiday weekend and cause of that accident is listed as driving under the influence.
The Oklahoma Highway Patrol said that accident occurred about 10:38 p.m. Sunday on County Road 1010 at County Road 3460, which is about three miles north and two miles east of Meeker.
The OHP said a 2000 Ford F150, driven by Cody Standlee, age 26, of Meeker, was traveling westbound on County Road 1010 at County Road 3460 when Standlee lost control of the pickup and it departed the roadway to the left. The truck overturned one and one-half times and came to rest on its top.
Standlee was transported by Chandler EMS to St. Anthony Shawnee Hospital, where he was admitted in fair condition with arm, leg, trunk internal and trunk external injuries, the patrol noted.
Passenger Edward O’Brien, 26, of Meeker, was transported by Medi Flight helicopter ambulance to OU Medical Center in Oklahoma City, where he was admitted in fair condition with trunk internal injuries.
Passenger Shelby Vick, age 18, of Meeker, was transported by REACT EMS to St. Anthony Shawnee Hospital, where she was admitted in fair condition with trunk internal and trunk external injuries , the report shows.
Passenger Erin Mills, 18, of Meeker, was transported by REACT EMS to St. Anthony Shawnee Hospital in Shawnee, where she was admitted in fair condition with neck injuries, the trooper reported.
A fourth passenger, a 17-year-old male from Meeker, refused treatment at the scene, the OHP said. His name was not released since he is a juvenile.
Cause of the collision and condition of the driver were both listed as DUI on the trooper's report.
Seat belts were in use by the 17-year-old and O'Brien, the OHP said.
The crash was investigated by Trooper Joseph Porter of the Pottawatomie/Lincoln County detachment of Troop A, who was assisted by Lincoln County Sheriff’s Department, Meeker Fire Department, Chandler EMS, REACT EMS and Medi Flight.