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Six Injured in Two-Vehicle Accident in Oklahoma

According to the Oklahoma Highway Patrol (OHP), a two-car accident that took place on County Road 50, seven miles east of Quapaw in Oklahoma, resulted in injuries to six people, three of whom are residents of Joplin, Missouri. Although no one was killed in the collision, six of the eight people involved in the accident …

According to the Oklahoma Highway Patrol (OHP), a two-car accident that took place on County Road 50, seven miles east of Quapaw in Oklahoma, resulted in injuries to six people, three of whom are residents of Joplin, Missouri. Although no one was killed in the collision, six of the eight people involved in the accident were transported to the hospital, where they required treatment for their injuries. If you have suffered injuries in a serious car accident in Oklahoma, or if you lost a loved one in such an accident, contact our knowledgeable attorneys at Oklahoma Legal Center to discuss your legal options. You may have grounds to file a personal injury or wrongful death lawsuit against the person found at-fault in the accident, in order to pursue financial compensation for your injuries and medical expenses.

Serious Car Accident Injuries

According to the OHP, Stephen P. Roberson, 18, was traveling east on County Road 50 when he struck a stopped vehicle, driven by 19-year-old Brittany R. Cones, in the westbound lane. Roberson suffered critical injuries in the collision and was transported to Freeman Health System in Joplin. Three passengers in Roberson’s car, 18-year-old Hannah E. Gandy, 20-year-old Daniel H. Arwood, and 17-year-old Rachel F. Blankenship, were also injured. They were transported to Freeman along with Brittany Cones, where they were listed in good condition. A passenger in Cones’ vehicle, 22-year-old Nicholas T. Smith, was taken to Miami Baptist Hospital in Miami, Oklahoma, where he was listed in good condition. Anthony J. Sammerour, 20, and Maria N. England, 18, both refused treatment at the scene of the accident.

Contact Our Experienced Attorneys Today

Every driver owes it to his fellow motorists to exercise a reasonable amount of care when traveling on Oklahoma roadways, in an effort to reduce the risk of devastating injury and tragic loss of life resulting from OK car accidents. Unfortunately, those who choose to drive under the influence of alcohol, speed, drive recklessly, drive while fatigued, or otherwise practice unsafe driving behavior, put the well-being of other motorists at an unnecessary risk on a daily basis. If you have been injured in a car accident in Oklahoma City, or elsewhere in Oklahoma, consult our reputable lawyers at Oklahoma Legal Center today. Our attorneys have extensive experience protecting the legal rights of car accident victims throughout the state of Oklahoma, and will work hard to help you seek fair and timely reimbursement for your accident-related injuries and medical bills.

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