An Ada man was injured Sunday in a single-vehicle wreck in Atoka County, but a Stonewall woman escaped injury in a separate wreck over the weekend.

The wreck that injured the Ada man occurred at 7:10 a.m. Sunday on Swamp Creek Road, 13 miles west of Caney.

Oklahoma Highway Patrol Trooper Kevin Miller said 43-year-old Brian Rhoads of Ada was driving a 2007 Ford Fusion east when he failed to stop at an intersection and ran off the road into a pasture.

Roads was taken by Atoka EMS to Alliance Health in Durant, where he was admitted for internal injuries. Miller listed Rhoads as stable.

Miller listed the cause of the wreck as speed and said Rhoads was wearing a seat belt.

Caney and Hopewell firefighters, along with Caney police, also responded.

Also during the weekend, Stratford resident Mary Marsh was not injured in a wreck on Interstate 35 in Oklahoma City.

Marsh was riding in a 2000 Honda Accord driven by 18-year-old Emily House of Oklahoma City, according to the OHP. House was driving in the inside lane of I-35 northbound when she lost control of the Accord and crossed all lanes in front of a 2014 Peterbilt Semi, driven by Harry Ayers Jr. of Wichita.

The semitruck struck the Accord, forcing it to leave the road on the left side, where it struck the center median.

House, 18, was taken to St. Anthony’s Hospital in Oklahoma City, where she was admitted in good condition with head and leg injuries, according to the OHP.  Ayers was not injured.

Eric Swanson is the City Hall and general assignment reporter for The Ada News. He spent 15 years working at the Dodge City Daily Globe in Dodge City, Kansas, before joining The Ada News’ staff in 2012.