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Cows in roadway cause crash in Caddo County, Oklahoma

Three people were injured when a car struck two cows on a state highway at a county road. The accident happened in Caddo County, Oklahoma
FROM STAFF REPORTS Modified: May 21, 2014 at 6:31 am •  Published: May 21, 2014

COGAR — Three people are recovering from injuries after a car struck cattle in Caddo County, the Oklahoma Highway Patrol reports.

The crash was about 1 a.m. Wednesday about 3 miles west of Cogar on State Highway 152 at a county road.

Laura Jasper, 45, of Oklahoma City, the driver of the car, was taken to OU Medical Center where she was admitted in fair condition with head and arm injuries, the patrol reports.

Passenger Stephanie Burleson, 34, of Carnegie, was taken to Integris Canadian Valley Hospital in Yukon in fair condition where she was treated for head, arm, internal trunk and leg injuries.

A 16-year-old was taken to Integris Canadian Valley Hospital in fair condition. The name of the 16-year-old was not released.

Jasper was driving west on SH 152 when she struck a black cow in the roadway and then hit a black and white cow, the patrol reports.

Cogar firefighters freed Jasper from the car. Seat belts were in use by Jasper and Burleson, the patrol reports.