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Five from Alva injured in collision

 

November 25, 2022



Five people from Alva were injured in a collision in Grant County Monday. Kimberly Bowling, 37, and Ki Bowling, 19, both of Alva, were hospitalized at OU Medical Center in Oklahoma City. Kimberly was admitted in stable condition with leg and head injuries while Ki was admitted in stable condition for head and trunk internal injuries.

Two juvenile female passengers, ages 14 and 4, and one male passenger, age 8, were treated and released for head injuries. Another passenger in the Bowling vehicle, Barbara Gamble, 76, of Tonkawa, was taken to Wesley Medical Center in Wichita, Kansas, where she was admitted in stable condition for head, trunk internal and leg injuries.

The collision occurred at 10:24 a.m. at the intersection of OK-11 and OK-132, approximately 4.5 miles south and 6 miles west of Wakita. Jason Papenfuss, 46, of Lester Prairie, Minnesota, was driving a 2018 Volvo semi northbound on OK-132 while Kimberly Bowling was driving a 2020 Chrysler Pacifica eastbound on OK-11. According to the Oklahoma Highway Patrol report, Papenfuss failed to stop at a stop sign and pulled out in front of the Bowling vehicle. Papenfuss was not injured.

The cause of the collision is listed as failure to stop at a stop sign. Papenfuss was wearing a seatbelt, but none of the occupants in the Bowling vehicle were.

 

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