OHP Responds To Multiple Wrecks In Osage County Overnight


Sunday, April 26th 2020, 7:26 am
By: News On 6


Osage County, Oklahoma -

Oklahoma Highway Patrol says there were three injury crashes in Skiatook Saturday night.


The first occurred around 6:30 p.m. Troopers say a 42-year old man was taken to St. John's here in Tulsa after was speeding and lost control of his motorcycle making it overturn after striking the rock on Lake Road a 10th of a mile South of Old Will Rogers Boulevard. The man is in critical condition with serous injuries.


The second crash happened around 10:45 Saturday night. Troopers say a 24-year-old male was driving westbound on 113th street at a high-rate of speed when he failed to go around a curve causing his vehicle to overturn. He was also taken to St. John's and is said to be in critical condition with serious injuries as well.


Troopers then say the third crash occurred around midnight when a 27-year-old male was driving in the same area of the first crash. Troopers say that drivers was also speeding and struck a tree. He was taken to St. Francis in good condition with neck, arm, leg, and rib injuries.