Ten people, including six children, were injured in a crash in Muskogee County on Sunday, March 7th. The collision happened at State Highway 2 and State Highway 71, near Porum.
According to the Oklahoma Highway Patrol, a pickup truck driven by 60-year-old Dennis Owens, of Checotah, failed to stop at a stop sign and struck another vehicle driven by 70-year-old Bobby Campbell, of Porum.
Campbell was traveling northbound on Highway 2, along with Terry Campbell and four children, ranging in ages from 7 to 12. Owens was driving eastbound on Highway 71 with 57-year-old Belinda Owens and two 9-year-old girls, when he failed to stop at the intersection.
Bobby Campbell and the four children were transported to Saint Francis Hospital in Tulsa for treatment. Terry Campbell was transported to Saint John Medical Center in Tulsa. All six were reportedly in stable condition.
Owens and the three passengers were taken to Saint Francis Hospital. No further information is known about their condition.
Fortunately, the OHP reported everyone involved in the collision was wearing a seat belt.
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