Two injured as semi fails to yield on U.S. 281

Posted on Thursday, May 28th, 2020 at 11:50 pm    

BOUSE JUNCTION, OK – A collision between a semi truck and a pickup at the intersection of U.S. 281 and U.S. 412 left two men hospitalized Wednesday, reports the Moore American.

Jay Mahan, 64, was driving his 2017 International semi truck on US 281 Wednesday afternoon when he failed to yield to 32-year-old Jesse Nelson, whose Dodge Ram 2500 was traveling east on U.S. 412. Mahan struck Nelson’s pickup in the road. Both vehicles came to a rest on U.S. 412.

The Oklahoma Highway patrol reports that Nelson was taken to St. Mary’s Regional Medical Center, and later transported to OU Medical Center.

Mahan was taken to St. Mary’s. He was treated and released.

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