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Woman Injured In Accident Near Hooker
06/22/2012

An 18 year-old woman from Hooker is in critical condition in an Amarillo hospital today after the vehicle she was driving was involved in a single-vehicle rollover 3.3 miles west of Hooker Thursday evening. Holly Deann Davis, 18, was driving a 1998 Chevy eastbound on a gravel county road when the vehicle lost control, went off the west side of the road and rolled two complete times, coming to rest on its wheels. She was taken to Memorial Hospital of Texas County and then flown to Northwest Texas Hospital in Amarillo, where she was admitted with head, leg and internal injuries. She was listed in critical condition, Friday afternoon. According to the Oklahoma Highway Patrol, the driver was not wearing a seatbelt. The accident was investigated by Trooper Eric Brown of the Hooker Detachment, assisted by Trooper Ryan Williams, the Texas County Sheriff's Department and the HOOKER EMS.

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