Dale Keilmann, 24, of Muldrow and two toddlers in his van were hurt in a two-car collision after he ran a stop sign, according to the Oklahoma Highway Patrol.
A second, vehicle, driven by Harley Hampton, 19, of Fort Smith was eastbound on US 64 east of Roland and slammed into the side of Kellmann’s van, knocking it off the road.
Hampton was taken to Baptist Health in Fort Smith, where she was treated for arm, leg and trunk injuries. Her passenger, Violet Seda, 19, also of Fort Smith, was taken to the same hospital and admitted with trunk injuries. A two-year-old was checked out at the same hospital.
Kellmann was treated and released from Baptist Health with trunk injuries. A two-year-old was treated and released for arm injuries, and a three-year-old was treated for arm injuries.
All three children were in child restraints, and all adults were wearing seatbelts.