, Muskogee, OK

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April 25, 2014

One cited, one hurt in two-auto crash

Emergency workers free Valorie Baker after a crash Thursday. Muskogee Police responded to a two-vehicle collision on Main Street on Friday afternoon. The driver of the 1994 Ford Mustang, Baker, 56, was transported to a Tahlequah hospital with non-life threatening injuries. Officer Rodger Martinez said Baker was driving north on Main Street when the driver of the 2006 Chevrolet Silverado, Lee Farmer, 55, pulled out of the parking lot and collided with Baker causing her vehicle to spin. Farmer was cited for failure to yield. Both drivers were wearing seat belts and no air bags were deployed.

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