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September 21, 2013

Four hurt in two-auto collision

Wreckers clean up a two-vehicle crash late Friday at Hancock Road and the Muskogee Turnpike ramp. Muskogee Police said four people were injured when the gray Chevrolet pickup failed to yield going southbound on the ramp and collided with a gray Nissan traveling eastbound. Sheri Kaiser, 42, of Muskogee was driving the Nissan and sustained a knee injury. Landon Donahue, 11, Cale Orman, 10, and Kaiser’s son Hunter, 10, were riding in the car and were also injured. All were taken by Muskogee County Emergency Medical Service to EASTAR Health System with non life-threatening injuries. A hospital employee said all were listed in good condition Friday night. Porum resident Ethan Quick, 19, was not injured but was cited by police.

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