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Oklahoma City woman involved in accident remains in critical condition

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) -- An Oklahoma City woman whose vehicle was traveling the wrong way on Interstate 35 when it collided with a church van remains in critical condition.

38-year-old Jeanetta Fountain sustained head, trunk, arm and leg injuries in Saturday's accident in north Oklahoma City.

The Oklahoma Highway Patrol says Fountain was driving her car southbound in the northbound lanes of I-35 when her car collided with a van and another van struck her car.

The vans were carrying students from Truman State University in Kirksville, Missouri, who were returning from a mission trip to Texas. Three van occupants remained hospitalized.

John Hainline and Rebecca Hanania were listed in fair condition at Integris Baptist Medical Center. Ricky Belzer was in serious condition when he was admitted to OU Medical Center, but his condition wasn't available Sunday.

An Oklahoma Highway Patrol trooper smelled alcohol inside Fountain's car. Results from a blood alcohol test are pending.
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