An accident injured three on South Highway 9 and South Highway 102, about 1.5 miles south of Pink.
Charity Mae Spearman-Kight, a 45-year-old of Tecumseh, made a left-hand turn northbound onto S.H. 102. Richard L. Hussfeldt, 70 of Blanchard, was traveling westbound on S.H. 9 with passenger, Mary Louise Hessfeldt, 69, when he struck Spearman-Kight’s turning vehicle.
According to the Oklahoma Highway Patrol, Spearman-Kight was pinned inside the vehicle for 20 minutes before Pink firefighters were able to rescue her.
Spearman-Kight was transported to a medical facility and treated for head injuries. Both Richard and Mary Louise were transported to OU Medical Center to be treated for head injuries.
OHP reported the cause of the crash was a failure to yield to oncoming traffic while making a left-hand turn.
Did you know in 2019 there were 209 fatal and injury car accidents in Pottawatomie County? Of those total 265 people injured, sadly 19 of those individuals died as a result of their injuries.
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