The Oklahoma Highway Patrol responded to a single-vehicle crash on Thursday afternoon, March 11th, in Comanche County. The accident happened on Northwest 4-Mile Road, two miles northeast of Medicine Park.
According to the OHP, a truck driven by 46-year-old Timothy Bailey, of Carnegie, was traveling northbound on Northwest 4-Mile Road when his vehicle veered off the roadway and struck an embankment. The pickup continued traveling several feet, crossing Northwest McIntosh Road, before crashing into a concrete barrier and power line pole.
Bailey and his two passengers, an unnamed 16-year-old boy and 39-year-old Courtney Davis, also of Carnegie, were all injured in the collision.
The teenager suffered critical head and internal trunk injuries and was flown to OU Medical Center in Oklahoma City for treatment.
Bailey sustained serious head and internal trunk injuries. He was first taken to Comanche County Memorial Hospital and later transferred to OU Medical.
Davis also suffered a head injury, but she refused treatment at the scene.
Investigation into the crash is ongoing. More information will be provided as it becomes available.
Did you know in 2019 there were 239 fatal and injury accidents in Comanche County (Lawton, Cache, Elgin)? Of those total collisions, 26 occurred during the month of March, resulting in 35 people injured and sadly, one fatality.
If you have been injured in an Oklahoma car accident, you may be entitled to compensation. If your injuries were the result of someone else’s negligence, please contact the personal injury attorneys at Swain Law Group. Our firm is committed to getting you the compensation you deserve. Call us or reach out by confidential message.