A motorcyclist was injured Sunday after crashing into a fence, the Oklahoma Highway Patrol said.
Michael K. Parker, 28, Durant, was flown to Plano Medical Center to be treated for head and leg injuries. He was listed in serious condition.
According to the patrol, Parker was northbound at 3:22 p.m. on a county road north of Durant when his cycle left the roadway for an unknown reason and struck a pipe fence.
Parker was wearing a helmet, according to Trooper Robby Keeling’s report.
In other crashes, a 4-year-old girl was injured Friday when the vehicle she was riding in struck a tree.
Kayley Pouliot, 4, Durant, was taken to Children’s Medical Center in Dallas, Texas, for head, arm and internal and external trunk injuries.
According to the patrol, the driver, Jason O. Booth, 32, Durant, was driving southbound on Highway 78 north of Achille when the girl freed herself from her safety harness. Booth turned around to tell her to put it back on and then lost control of the vehicle which struck a sign post and a tree before rolling onto its passenger side.
No one else was injured, according to Trooper Mike Green’s report.