KENEFIC — Two teens from Ada were injured Saturday on State Highway 48 about one and a half miles south of Kenefic in Bryan County. Law Watson McMeans, 18, Ada was driving a 2006 Nissan pickup headed south about 6:15 p.m. when after running off the road on the right side, overcorrected, went into a ditch on the left side of the roadway, according to a report filed by OHP Trooper Scott Hampton of Bryan County. The report indicates that upon entering the ditch the vehicle went airborn for 78 feet, rolled 3.5 times, coming to rest on its top. McMeans was ejected approximately 30 feet from the point of rest of the vehicle according to Trooper Hampton. McMeans was transported to Medical Center of Southeastern Oklahoma in Durant and has been released according to a spokesperson at the hospital.

Kendra Paige Sweda, 18, Ada, a passenger in the vehicle, was partially ejected and pinned for approximately 20 minutes and freed by the Durant Fire Department, according to the OHP report. Sweda was transported from the scene by air ambulance to Parkland Hospital in Dallas, Texas with leg injuries. She is in the ICU in stable condition at this time. Trooper Hampton was assisted by 2nd Lt. Curtis Grady of Troop E. HQS and listed the cause of the accident may have been traveling at an unsafe speed.

In an unrelated collision which occurred on I-35 in Murray County, approximately 49 miles north of the Texas line, a vehicle traveling north had a tire blow out causing the driver to lose control, run off the left side of the road and strike a rock embankment. Murray County Sheriff’s Office and Davis Fire Department assisted the Oklahoma Highway Patrol in the investigation of this collision.

Sara Guzman-Reyes, 39, Houston, Texas, the driver of a 2002 Nissan Pathfinder, wearing a seat belt was uninjured, passenger Fidencia A. Guzman, 65, Houston, wearing a seat belt, refused treatment at the scene according to Trooper Jay Clary of the Murray County Detachment of OHP Troop F. Two passengers not wearing seat belts, Anna N. Guzman, 70, and Alfredo Guzman, 77, both of Grand Rapids, Mich., were transported to Arbuckle Memorial Hospital in Sulphur where they were treated and released according to the OHP report. Also reported, passenger Anselmo Guzman, 81, Houston, was transported by air evac to Norman Regional Hospital, admitted in stable condition with trunk internal injuries. He was not wearing a seat belt according to the report. Troopers Brian McGill of the Murray County OHP, and Trooper Doug George of the Garvin County Detachment of Troop F assisted Trooper Clary.