Four were injured after a wrong-way crash near Sapulpa on Saturday morning, The Oklahoma Patrol says.
According to an OHP report, an 81-year-old man was driving southbound in the northbound lanes of Oklahoma 97 at 9:20 a.m., when he crashed head on into a truck carrying three people.
Clarence Taber, of Tulsa, was admitted to a hospital in fair condition after his 2005 Toyota Camry collided with a 2012 Ford F-150.
The driver of the truck, 41-year-old Ross Katter, of Broken Arrow, was treated and released from a hospital, but his two passengers, Tawnya Katter, 45, and Amber Katter, 21, were admitted in good condition.
Tawnya Katter had to be extracted from the truck by Sand Springs firefighters using the Jaws of Life.
All parties were wearing seat belts in the crash, the report says.