Two Injured After Crash That Caused Flooding At Intersection
Posted on Thursday, March 5th, 2020 at 8:48 am
Two people were injured after a crash that flooded an intersection, a March 3 article of Enid News & Eagle reported.
The accident took place in the 2900 block of West Willow at 4:53 PM. 18-year-old Conner A. Cronister was driving his 2005 Chevrolet Suburban when he was distracted by something. This caused his vehicle to rear-end a 2017 Infinity QX30 with 55-year-old Michelle L. Zaloudek as the driver. Then, the impact caused the Infinity to strike a fire hydrant, causing a flood in the intersection.
Cronister sustained an injury on his left wrist and his left hand but refused treatment at the scene. He was cited for failure to devote full time and attention to driving. Meanwhile, Zaloudek suffered severe injuries to her head and was taken to Integris Bass Baptist Health Center.
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