Two 4-year-olds were injured, one ejected, during wreck on interstate
Two 4-year-olds were flown to an Oklahoma City hospital following a an August 3 afternoon wreck caused by debris on the interstate.
A Chevrolet Trail Blazer driven by Rafael M. Corona was traveling south on Interstate 44 around 2:30 p.m. when he swerved to miss unidentified debris in the roadway and lost control of the SUV and went into a broad slide, according to Oklahoma Highway Patrol Trooper Brian Dixon’s report. The SUV rolled 1 ¼-time before coming to rest near mile marker 49, about 2 ½-miles northeast of Medicine Park.
An unidentified 4-year-old girl was ejected during the wreck. She was flown to OU Medical Center and admitted in fair condition with internal trunk injuries, the report states. A 4-year-old boy was also flown to OU Medical where he was admitted for observation.
Coronoa, 32, of Oklahoma City, was treated and released from Comanche County Memorial Hospital for head and internal trunk injuries. His passenger, Fabiola Guadalupe Nunez, 24, of Oklahoma City, was also treated and released from Memorial with head, leg and internal trunk injuries.