By Cass Rains, Staff Writer
Enid News and Eagle
ENID, Okla. —
Three people were injured Monday night in a collision near 16th and Maine.
Ryan R. Robbins, 34, and Jimmy L. Webster, 44, both of Enid, suffered incapacitating injuries in the 8:41 p.m. collision, according to an Enid Police Department report. Robbins suffered head, body and arm injuries, and Webster suffered head body and leg injuries.
According to the report, Robbins was southbound in the 100 block of South 16th when he turned into a gas station, striking a northbound vehicle nearly head on. The northbound vehicle was driven by Nellie L. Catlett, 65, of Enid, who suffered possible head, body and arm injuries in the collision.
Robbins told officers he did not see Catlett’s vehicle because he was talking to someone on the street before the collision.
Robbins was taken by Life EMS to St. Mary’s Regional Medical Center for treatment, according to the report. Catlett went to Integris Bass Baptist Health Center by private vehicle. The report does not indicate whether Webster sought treatment at a local hospital.
Robbins was cited for failure to yield right of way.