Two people are recovering on Sunday morning after rolling their truck into a ravine. Oklahoma Highway Patrol says they suspect alcohol is a contributor.
The accident happened overnight around 2:30 a.m. The two were heading south on Highway 75 when OHP says their truck left the road and rolled into a ravine. OHP says they weren't wearing seatbelts and both were ejected from the vehicle.
They were transported to the hospital by EMSA. The driver suffered critical injuries. The passenger had non-life threatening injuries.
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