Accident admits four to the hospital

A one vehicle accident admits four teenagers to the hospital.

The accident occurred at 10:12 p.m., Oct. 11, on Grant Road, 0.75 miles west of State Highway 8 and 0.75 miles west of Cherokee.

Tierna Mustard, 19, Cherokee, was driving a 2007 Pontiac Grand Priz eastbound on Grant Road when the vehicle lost control and went into a broad slide. The vehicle then departed the roadway to the right, rolled one time and struck a telephone pole. The driver and all occupants were ejected from the vehicle.

Mustard was transported by Alva EMS to Bass Hospital in Enid where she was admitted in stable condition for observation.

Passenger one, 14-year-old male from Alva, was transported by Helena EMS to Bass Hospital where he was treated and released.

Passenger two, 14-year-old male from Waynoka, was transported by Alva EMS to St. Mary’s Hospital in Enid where he was treated and released.

Passenger three, 14-year-old from Waynoka, was transported by Alva EMS to Bass Hospital where he was then transferred to OU Children’s Hospital in Oklahoma City, admitted in stable condition with head and arm conditions.

Passenger four, 16-year-old male  from Cherokee, was transported by Alva EMS to St. Mary’s Hospital where he was treated and released.

Passenger five, 15-year-old male from Amorita, was transported by Alva EMS to Bass Hospital and then transferred by Miller EMS to OU Children’s Hospital in Oklahoma City where he was admitted in serious condition with trunk internal and head injuries.

Passenger six, 16-year-old male from Cherokee, was transported by Alva EMS to St. Mary’s Hospital and then transferred by Miller EMS to OU Children’s Hospital in Oklahoma City where he was admitted in serious condition with trunk internal and head injuries.

According to the report released by the Oklahoma Highway Patrol, cause of collision is under investigation.

The accident was investigated by Oklahoma Highway Patrol Trooper Carter Matthews and he was assisted by Trooper Burch, Trooper Cagle, Alva EMS, Helena EMS, Cherokee Fire Department, Alfalfa County Sheriff’s Department and Cherokee Police Department.

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