A Blair woman was pinned in her vehicle after an accident on Sunday, and a 5-year-old passenger was ejected from the vehicle.
According to reports from the Oklahoma Highway Patrol, Alene Sollis, 63, of Blair, was east bound on CR 157 on Sunday at approximately 3:44 p.m. about 1/10 mile west of the intersection of CR 157 aND cr 206 southeast of Blair when the accident occurred. The report stated that Sollis left the road to the right for an unknown reason, over corrected, then rolled the vehicle two complete times, before coming to rest on it’s wheels. A 5-year-old passenger in the vehicle was ejected from the vehicle through a window. She was taken by Jackson County EMS to Jackson County Memorial Hospital where she was treated and released.
There was also a 10-year-old passenger in the vehicle. She was also taken by Jackson County EMS to Jackson County Memorial Hospital where she was treated and released.
Sollis was pinned in the vehicle for about 30 minutes before being freed by Altus and Friendship Fire Departments using the hurst tool. She was then transported by Jackson County EMS to Jackson County Memorial Hospital. She was later air-evaced to the OU Medical Center in Oklahoma City where she was admitted in stable condition with neck and trunk internal injuries.
Seat belts were equipped and in use, and airbags were equipped but did not deploy.
The accident was investigated by Trooper Josh Tinsley of the Jackson County detachment of Troop M, and was assisted by Troopers James Wallace and Kevin Miller, the Jackson County Sheriff’s Department, Jackson County EMS, Air Evac, Altus Fire Department, Blair Fire Department, and Friendship Fire Department.