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Four Teens Hurt In Rollover Wreck Near Sand Springs

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The investigating trooper said the Ford rolled about three times before coming to rest on its top. The investigating trooper said the Ford rolled about three times before coming to rest on its top.
The driver of the pickup is critical with trunk injuries, according to OHP. Two passengers were ejected. The driver of the pickup is critical with trunk injuries, according to OHP. Two passengers were ejected.
OHP says speed and alcohol use are believed to have contributed to the crash. OHP says speed and alcohol use are believed to have contributed to the crash.
TULSA COUNTY, Oklahoma -

Four teenagers in a Ford truck were involved in a rollover crash early Sunday morning in rural southwest Tulsa County. The wreck took place at about 1:30 a.m. on Dip Creek Road near Coyote Trail, west of Sand Springs.

"Arrived on scene, was notified we had four injuries: all teenagers, two females and two males," said Trooper Chance Tuttle with the Oklahoma Highway Patrol.

"Three were transported by way of EMSA, and one - the driver - by Life Flight," Tuttle said.

The truck was northbound on Dip Creek road at a high rate of speed when it left the highway, took out a fence and rolled about three times, he said. None of the teens was wearing a seat belt, according to the collision report.

Two were ejected from the pickup: 18-year-old Mallory Majors of Durant and a juvenile Sand Springs male whose name is being withheld. Both were taken to a Tulsa hospital where they were said to be stable.

The driver, 18-year-old Austin Smith of Sand Springs, is in critical condition at a Tulsa hospital, a report states. The remaining passenger, a minor female whose name was not released but is from Jenks, is also said to be stable.

"We believe some speed and alcohol was involved," Tuttle told News On 6 at the scene.

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