One person was killed and another hospitalized as the result of a 2-vehicle collision southeast of Woodward Sunday afternoon.
Kirk Palsgrove, 47, of Woodward, was pronounced dead at the scene of the accident, 4 miles south and 3 miles east on a county road in Woodward County, said the Oklahoma Highway Patrol.
Dawnita Collums, 32, of Woodward, a passenger in Palsgrove's vehicle, was taken by ambulance to Woodward Regional Hospital, then to the OU Medical Center in Oklahoma City where she was admitted in stable condition with head, leg, arm, internal and external injuries, the OHP report said.
Steven Ross, 41, and Dale Eugene Brayden Ross, 8, the driver and passenger in the other vehicle, were treated and released at Woodward Regional Hospital, the OHP said. Both are from Sharon.
According to the OHP report, Palsgrove was driving his Chevrolet southbound on county road NS 207 and Ross was westbound on EW 47. The OHP report said the Palsgrove vehicle failed to stop for a stop sign at the intersection and the 2 vehicles collided.
Palsgrove was pinned for 51 minutes.
The accident happened around 3:40 p.m., said the OHP report.
Trooper Phillip Ludwyck investigated the accident. Woodward fire and EMS, the Sharon Fire Department and Woodward County Sheriff's office also responded.
In another accident that happened Saturday night, Roger Brian Aldrich, 56, of Woodward, was hospitalized after a motorcycle accident on a county road nearly 7 miles south of Woodward, the OHP said.
Aldrich was admitted in stable condition to Woodward Regional Hospital with head, leg, arm and trunk internal injuries, the OHP said. A passenger, Wanda S. Yandell, 58, was treated and released.
According to the OHP report, Aldrich was going south on the county road when a deer ran out in front of his motorcycle and was hit by the bike.
Trooper James Crowder investigated the accident, which happened around 8:30 p.m.