Mooreland man injured in collision


September 19, 2019

A Mooreland man was injured when the semi he was driving collided with a cow. The collision occurred at 5:20 a.m. Wednesday on U.S. Highway 60, 4.1 miles east of Chester in Major County.

According to the Oklahoma Highway Patrol, David Scott McIntosh, 49, of Mooreland, was driving a 2018 Kenworth westbound on US-60 when he encountered a cow standing in his lane on the highway. After striking the cow, the semi overturned and departed the roadway to the left, rolling one time. The tanker trailer rolled three-quarters times after separating. The semi came to rest in the south ditch.

McIntosh, who was wearing a seat belt, was transported by Fairview EMS to the Seiling Hospital where he was admitted in stable condition with head, trunk internal, trunk external, arms and leg injuries.

Trooper Jimmy Chaloupek investigated, assisted by the Major County Sheriff’s Office, Fairview EMS, Fairview Fire Department, Orienta Fire Department and ODOT.


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