A 50-year-old Tulsa man was hurt when he rolled a Polaris 4-wheeler at Lake Keystone over the weekend, according to the Oklahoma Highway Patrol.
Troopers said William Raymond Crenshaw was taken to a Tulsa hospital in serious condition Sunday, June 18. He was driving the ATV on a trail down a steep embankment at Appalachia Bay around 6:30 p.m., a collision report states.
The report states Crenshaw tried to turn right to follow the shoreline, and the ATV rolled a half time landing on top of him.
The investigating trooper said Crenshaw wasn't wearing a helmet. The cause of the crash is listed as unsafe speed. Crenshaw was in apparently normal condition before he wrecked, according to the collision report.