Six people were injured in a collision on Highway 412 in Rogers County yesterday, according to Oklahoma Highway Patrol.
OHP says the collision occurred around 5:16 at the intersection of Highway 412 and 4170 Road.
In their incident report, OHP says: The first vehicle, a 2008 Dodge Ram driven by a 17-year old female from Inola, was attempting to cross Highway 412 on northbound 4170 road and failed to yield to the second vehicle, a 2012 Nissan Maxima driven by a 37-year old Inola woman with four passengers, which was traveling westbound.
A passenger of the second vehicle was pinned for approximately 20 minutes before being extricated by Inola Fire Department.
OHP notes that the 17-year old driver of the first vehicle was admitted to an area hospital in stable condition with internal injuries.
The driver of the second vehicle was also admitted to an area hospital in stable condition with head and internal injuries.
Her passengers included a 77-year old female transported by Air Evac to an area hospital and admitted in critical condition and three juveniles, ages 6, 13 and 14, all admitted to area hospitals in stable condition.
OHP was assisted on scene by Rogers County Sheriff’s Office, Inola Fire Department, Pafford EMS and Air Evac.
The cause of collision is listed as failure to yield.