Woman Seriously Injured In Accident In Hooker OK

KSCB News - May 16, 2011 4:40 pm

Gloria Lively, a Guymon resident and long-time employee of Liberal’s Pancake House, was seriously injured in a two vehicle accident in Hooker Oklahoma. The accident occurred in the afternoon hours of Thursday May the 5th. At approximately 3:08pm, Lively who was driving a 2010 Honda Accord, was westbound on Highway 54 when she entered the Hooker city limits. She crossed over the turn lane and into the path of a 2004 Chevy Blazer being driven by Jennifer Stagg. The Stagg vehicle was also pulling a U-Haul trailer at the time of the accident. The vehicles collided head-on, flipping the Stagg vehicle, which came to rest on its top, pinning Jennifer Stagg. Stagg had to be cut from her vehicle by the Hooker Fire Department. She was pinned for over 45 minutes. Gloria Lively was also pinned in her vehicle and had to be removed by the Jaws of Life. Highway 54 was closed down for over an hour. Both women were taken to an Amarillo hospital, where they both remain. This accident was worked by the Hooker Police Department with assistance from the Oklahoma Highway Patrol, Hooker Fire Department and the Hooker EMS

 

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