Patia Pearson Obituary, Death – A woman was reportedly killed when two cars collided on Friday evening in Logan County, according to the Oklahoma Highway Patrol. The accident occurred in Logan County. The collision took place on State Highway 33 at Hiwassee Road at approximately seven o’clock in the evening. This intersection can be found approximately three miles west of Langston. According to the report that was filed by the Department of Public Safety, a woman named Patia Pearson, who is 66 years old, allegedly made a U-turn from an eastbound lane. At that time, Crystal Stocker, 30, from Perkins, was driving her SUV when, according to the police, she was involved in a collision with the driver’s side of Pearson’s Ford Fiesta.
As long as she was restrained, Pearson was unable to move for an amount of time that was not immediately clear. The firefighters from the Guthrie Fire Department used their bare hands to free her. She had injuries to both her head and her internal organs when she arrived at the Mercy Hospital in Oklahoma City, and as a result, she was in critical condition when she was evaluated there. At the hospital, approximately ninety minutes after the collision, a medical examiner pronounced her dead. Gene Muse, who had reached the age of 68 at the time of the accident, was a passenger in Pearson’s car when it was involved in the collision.
In addition, he was transported to Mercy Hospital because he suffered injuries to his head in addition to injuries to the organs located within his trunk. Following a period of time, he was transferred to the Intensive Care Unit at the Oklahoma University Medical Center. Officials disclosed to the News Press on Monday evening that they had confirmed he would be undergoing surgery. According to the report from the Department of Public Safety, Stocker was in critical condition when she was transported by MediFlight to the OU Medical Center. She had sustained injuries to her trunk as well as her legs. However, officials were unable to provide any information about Stocker’s current condition.