Friday, November 30, 2018

Sallisaw Man in Stable Condition after ATV Accident

A Sallisaw man is listed in stable condition after an ATV crash that left another man dead Friday.

The Oklahoma Highway Patrol (OHP) reported Brason T. Calloway, 28, of Sallisaw suffered trunk and head injuries, and was in McAlester Hospital.

The OHP reported the ATV crash occurred at about 1 a.m. Friday on county road Watson Creek, 15.1 miles east and 10.3 miles south of Clayton in Pushmataha County. 

Justin P. Cowan, 32, of Tulsa was reported to be driving a 2016 Polaris RZRXP at a high rate of speed and lost control. The ATV departed the road to the right and rolled three-quarters of a time. Cowan was transported by OHP to Pushmataha County Hospital in Antlers with internal trunk injuries, and was listed in good condition.

A second passenger, Curtis D. Holmes, 29, of Jenks was transported by Pushmataha County EMS to McAlester Hospital with head and trunk internal injuries, and was listed in stable condition.

The OHP reported a third passenger, Aaron J. Smith, 32, of Jenks, died at the scene with head and internal and external injuries. He was transported to Burkhart Funeral Home in Antlers, and a medical investigator was notified.

The OHP reported the cause of the crash was driving under the influence and unsafe speed.

Sally Maxwell, Senior News Director

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