Links mentioned for News 9's newscasts on July 5, 2021.
US Falls Just Short Of 70% Vaccination Goal For Independence Day
The Pfizer and Moderna vaccines both protect against the known variants and prevent hospitalizations but receiving both doses ensures greater protection.
If you'd like to schedule a vaccination appointment, click here.
Oklahoma Science Museum’s ‘Worst-Case Scenario’ Exhibit Puts Visitors’ Mind, Body To The Test
The Worst-Case Scenario exhibit at the Oklahoma Science Museum is a perfect and educational summertime activity for the whole.
Tickets are $12 to $14 and can be purchased on sciencemuseumok.org.
Family Of Blaine County Toddler Speaks As OSBI Investigates 2-Year-Old’s Death
The OSBI is investigating the tragic death of a toddler in Watonga. The toddler’s family said when 2-year-old Zavien Kinyon died, he was in the care of a babysitter.
If you would like to help Zavien’s family, a link to the GoFundMe can be found here.
Moore Woman Hospitalized After Truck Hydroplaned On I-240
Recent heavy rains caused a couple from Moore to crash on I-240, leaving them in oncoming traffic.
Melissa Green and her husband, Darrell Smith, were hospitalized following the June 26 crash.
A GoFundMe page has been started to help Green with medical and rehab expenses.