Woman hospitalized after collision with wheat truck

 


A Fairview woman was admitted to the hospital with injuries from a collision with a wheat truck. The wreck occurred Saturday, June 22, at 4:25 p.m. on U.S. Highway 412 at County Road 258 in Major County. The location is a mile south and two east of Cleo Springs.

Dennis Howard Ring, 71, of Cleo Springs, was driving a 1964 International wheat truck eastbound on US412. Sherri Renee Nault, 50, of Fairview, was driving westbound on US412 in a 1998 Honda Accord. Ring made a left turn, failing to yield and striking the Nault car. Both vehicles came to rest in the intersection.

Nault was transported by Major County EMS to St. Mary’s Hospital in End and transferred to OU Medical Center in Oklahoma where she was admitted in stable condition with head, trunk external, trunk internal, arms and leg injuries. She was pinned for approximately 20 minutes in her vehicle before being extricated by Ringwood Fire Department. Ring was treated and released at Bass Hospital in Enid.

OHP Trooper Darrin Lancaster investigated, assisted by Trooper Jeff Jech, Trooper Matt Wilczek, the Major County Sheriff’s Office, Ringwood Fire Department, Cleo Springs Fire Department and Major County EMS.


 

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