Single-vehicle crash near Fort Gibson injures 2

Posted on Tuesday, October 19th, 2021 at 2:06 pm    

FORT GIBSON, OK – A child and a woman were injured in a single-vehicle crash on East 60th St North at North 41st St East on Sunday, Muskogee Phoenix reports.

Mark Van-Velzor, 27, was driving east near the intersection of East 60th St North at North 41st St East when he took a turn too fast and slammed into a cement bridge.

First responders transported the passenger, Donna Hamilton, 22, to Saint Francis Hospital. The 4-year-old child, was taken to Saint Francis Children’s Hospital. Their conditions remain unclear as of this writing.

Police say Hamilton was not wearing a seatbelt at the the time of the crash. However, the child was properly restrained.

Van-Velzor was uninjured.

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