McLoud woman hospitalized after collision
A McLoud woman was hospitalized after a collision with another vehicle on State Highway 270 and Pottawatomie Road around 5:32 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 5.
According to a report from Oklahoma Highway Trooper Adam Post, Amanda Miller, 40, was driving south on Pottawatomie Road in her 1997 Nissan Pick-up when she failed to yield from a stop sign and pulled in front of Charles Burroughs, 77, of Harrah, who was traveling westbound on SH270.
In his report, Post said Miller crossed the center line and collided with Burroughs who was driving a 1999 Dodge Pick-up.
Miller was transported by Midwest City EMS to OU Medical Center in stable condition with head and trunk internal injuries, Post said.
Post said in his report, Burroughs was transported by REACT to Alliance Health, treated and released.
The condition of Miller as she was driving is unknown Post said and Burroughs' driving condition was apparently normal.
Post said the seat belts were equipped in both cars, the airs bags were equipped in both cars, the weather was clear and the roadway was dry.
According to his report, Post was assisted by the McLoud Police Department, Midwest City EMS, REACT and the Midwest City Fire Department.