Two people were injured in a one-vehicle accident at approximately 8;13 p.m., on Monday, June 19, on Highway 20, east of Jay.

According to a report, issued by Oklahoma Highway Patrol Trooper Micah Gibe, the incident took place on Highway 20, one-tenth of a mile east of County Road 690, approximately six miles east of Jay.

Gibe's report stated that the 1996 Toyota Tacoma, driven by Pao Lee Moua, 26, Jay, was traveling westbound on Highway 20, when the vehicle departed the roadway to the left, continued approximately 275 feet into the grass, and then overturned approximately four times down an embankment, landing on its tires.

Moua was transported to INTEGRIS Grove Hospital in Grove, by members of the Grove Emergency Medical Services, where he was treated and released with head and truck external injuries.

His passenger, Chao Thao Moua, 52, of Jay, was pinned in the vehicle for approximately 25 minutes, before being extricated by members of the Jay Fire Department.

She was transported by Jay Emergency Medical Services, to an interception point with Life Flight. She was then transported by air to Washington Regional Medical Center, Fayetteville, Arkansas, where she was admitted in critical condition with head and truck internal and external injuries.

The cause of the incident was listed as "sleepy" and "inattention." Both individuals were wearing their seatbelts.

Gibe was assisted by members of the Jay Fire Department, Cherokee Nation Marshals, Delaware County Sheriff's Office, Jay Emergency Medical Services, Grove Emergency Medical Services and Life Flight.