A one-vehicle accident, which occurred on US Scenic 412 over the weekend, resulted in the air transport of one passenger after the vehicle they were driving ran off the roadway and struck an embankment, according to Oklahoma Highway Patrol reports.
Steven Anderson, 33, of Terlton, Oklahoma, was taken via LifeFlight to St. Francis Hospital in Tulsa, where he was admitted with head, leg and trunk internal injuries and listed in good condition following an accident that took place on Sunday afternoon one mile west of Twin Oaks in Delaware County.
According to OHP reports, Anderson was traveling westbound on US Scenic 412 in a 1999 GMC Pick-up when he ran off the right side of the roadway and struck the embankment.
The vehicle then went airborne, striking a fence and a tree before coming to
rest on its top. Eaglemed transported the vehicle’s passenger, Amber Anderson, 27, of Terlton, Oklahoma, to St. Francis where she was admitted with head, arm and leg injuries and listed in good condition.
Trooper Eric Gibe of the Delaware County Detachment investigated the accident.