Wednesday, October 26, 2016

Woman Flown to Tulsa Hospital after Collision

An 82-year-old Sallisaw woman was flown to a Tulsa hospital Tuesday after a three-vehicle collision three miles north of Sallisaw.

The Oklahoma Highway Patrol (OHP) reported Genoria Trammell was admitted to St. Francis Hospital in guarded condition. The OHP reported she had head, leg, arm, and internal and external injures.

The OHP reported Trammell was driving a 2002 Lincoln Town Car and had been in a previous collision with another vehicle. Both of the first two vehicles were disabled in the southbound lane on U.S. Highway 59, at the intersection with County Road 4650, when a third vehicle, also traveling south, came upon the first collision. The third vehicle struck the second vehicle and pushed it into Trammell’s car. She was thrown about eight feet into the west ditch on the highway.

No one else was injured in the collision, the OHP reported.

Misty Johannes, 39, of Sallisaw was driving a 2005 Nissan Altima, the second vehicle involved in the collision. Ciara Sanders, 21, of Vian was driving a 2003 Pontiac Grand Am, the third vehicle involved in the collision.

The collision occurred at about 8:33 p.m. Tuesday. 

Sally Maxwell, Senior News Director

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