Two Men Critically Hurt In Prattville Wreck
PRATTVILLE, Oklahoma - The Oklahoma Highway Patrol said two people were critically injured after a truck they were in went off the road and crashed into a tree on West 41st Street near 145th West Avenue near Prattville.
Brett Freeman was driving the pickup eastbound on West 41st Street around 3 p.m. when troopers said the Dodge pickup went off the road for an unknown reason and struck the tree.
He and passenger Curtis Clark were ejected out of the windshield, according to troopers at the scene. Freeman, 20, and 23-year-old Clark were both taken to Tulsa hospitals in critical condition.
Passenger Dylon Spears, 19, was up and walking, but EMSA took him to the hospital to be checked out for a leg injury. He was treated and released.
All three men are Sand Springs residents.
OHP said there was a second wreck when a westbound pickup swerved to avoid traffic from the first crash and hit a pole.
“There was a west bound pickup truck with two gentleman in it. They came over the crest of the hill, see the traffic is stopped, lose control. They run off the road to the left and knocking down a utility pole," said Trooper Dwight Durant.
Those men weren't hurt, troopers said.
Troopers are investigating whether drugs or alcohol were involved.