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Authorities report two dead following accidents

October 18, 2011

Three separate accidents
over the weekend claimed
the lives of two people and
left several others injured.
On Friday a single vehicle
accident claimed the life of a
Shady Point woman after the
motorcycle she was riding on
hit a bridge support.
According to the accident
report released by the
Oklahoma Highway Patrol,
Timmy Sprabary, 44, of
Wister, was driving a 2008
Yamaha motorcycle with
April Gilgo, 35, of Shady
Point as his passenger.
The two were traveling
westbound on the Reichert-
Summerfield Road near
Hodgen when Sprabary
failed to negotiate a curve.
The motorcycle left the roadway
and struck a bridge support
causing both Spraybary
and Gilgo to be ejected from
the bike.
Gilgo, who was ejected
54 feet from the point of
impact, suffered fatal injuries
and was pronounced dead at
the scene by LeFlore County
EMS. Spraybary was transported
by LCEMS to Sparks
Hospital in Fort Smith and
was admitted with external
trunk injuries. He was listed
in stable condition.
Neither Sprabary or Gilgo
were wearing helmets at the
time of the accident.
Another accident involving
three motorcycles on the
scenic State Highway 1 on
Saturday left three people
hospitalized and one man
According to the report,
Richard Bolton, 49, of Tulsa,
who was driving a 2009
Harley Davidson and Jerry
Bolton, 52, of Mannford,
who was driving a 2011
Harley Davidson were traveling
westbound on State
Highway 1 three miles east
of Spring Mountain Road
when they were unable to
negotiate a curve.
At the time that the
Boltons were failing to make
the curve, Bobby Houser, 30,
and his passenger Jessica
Houser, 29, both of Trenton,
Texas, were traveling east-
bound. The Housers were struck by the two motorcycles
driven by the Boltons after they lost control.
Both Boltons were transported to McAlester Regional
Hospital by LeFlore County EMS. Jerry Bolton was admitted
in stable condition with internal injuries and Richard
Bolton was transferred to St. Francis Hospital in Tulsa with
head and leg injuries.
Jessica Houser was transported by LCEMS to Sparks
Hospital in Fort Smith and listed in stable condition with a leg
injury. Bobby Houser was not injured in the accident.
A third accident that occurred on Sunday claimed the life
of a Haskell County man after the vehicle he was driving east
of Keota left the road and went airborne then rolled onto the
passenger side of the vehicle once it landed.
According to the accident report, driver Daniel Drummond,
25, of Eufaula was pronounced dead on the scene from massive
injuries sustained in the accident.
His passenger, Falecia Drummond, 21, of Eufaula suffered
internal and leg injuries during the accident and was transported
to Sparks Hospital. She was treated and released.
The report said that airbags inside the 2009 Chevrolet
pickup did deploy during the accident. Daniel Drummond
was not wearing his seatbelt when the accident occurred. The
report shows that Falecia Drummond was wearing hers.


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