Idabel, Oklahoma (December 4, 2017): Five people have been hospitalized following a two-vehicle collision on Oklahoma State Highway 37 in McCurtain County on Sunday afternoon, December 3, 2017. Police reports indicate that the accident occurred when a southbound 1992 Chevrolet pickup truck ran a stop sign and collided with a 2012 Lexus traveling east on Highway 37.
Local Idabel resident Wesley L. Caldwell, 50, was the driver of the pickup truck. Both he and his passenger, an unidentified 17-year-old girl from Broken Bow, Oklahoma, sustained head injuries in the accident and were transported by emergency services to McCurtain County Memorial Hospital where they both remain in stable condition.
75-year-old Molly H. Ford of Bagwell Texas, was the driver of the Lexus and she, along with her passenger and husband, 85-year-old Travis H. Ford, and a third occupant, 76-year-old Pamela M. King, sustained head and leg injuries in the accident. They were all taken to McCurtain County Memorial Hospital for treatment and are reported to be in stable condition.
The McGuire Law Firm would like to send our heartfelt sympathies to all of the victims of this terrible accident, and we pray for a swift, speedy, and full recovery for all of those involved. Recovering from a car crash can impose significant physical, mental, and financial burdens that can make the aftermath of an accident challenging for anyone, but there may be remedies under the law that can help you get the resources you need.
If you or someone you love suffered injuries in a car accident, the McGuire Law Firm may be able to help. Call us at 800-648-5198 to set up a free consultation with one of our experienced motor vehicle accident attorneys and start exploring your options today.