ADA — Two Ada individuals were injured when their motorcycle was hit from behind Friday, according to the Oklahoma Highway Patrol.

Troopers said Harold L. Huff, 48, was driving a 2004 Triumph motorcycle about six miles east of Ada on State Highway 1 at about 6 p.m. when he stopped to make a left. A 1990 Mercury, driven by 40-year-old Lanny W. Davis of Ada crashed into the rear of the motorcycle.

Harold Huff was ejected more than 200 feet from the point of impact. He was transported by Valley View Emergency Medical Service to Valley View Regional Hospital, then airlifted to Presbyterian Hospital in Oklahoma city, where he was treated and admitted in critical condition with head, internal and external trunk, arm and leg injuries, the OHP report said.

A passenger on the motorcycle, 15-year-old Cassie M. Huff, was also transported to VVRH, then airlifted to the University of Oklahoma Medical Center in Oklahoma City, where she was admitted in serious condition with internal and external trunk and arm and leg injures. Troopers said she had been ejected more than 150 feet from the point of impact.

Davis was not injured, while a passenger in his vehicle, 43-year-old Betty L. Davis, Ada, was treated for minor injuries and released, according to the report.

Investigating OHP trooper Keith Teel of the Pontotoc County detachment of Troop F, Airdrome, said Lanny Davis was not wearing a seat belt, but Betty Davis was. Cassie Huff was wearing a helmet, but Harold Huff wasn’t.

OHP said Happyland firefighters assisted with the accident.