Enid police responded to a multi-car, multi-injury accident Friday near the intersection of Garriott and Monroe.
Police received the first call of the four-car accident at 700 W. Garriott at 4:43 p.m.
Melvin Casion, 27, of Enid, was ticketed for failure to devote attention and failure to provide insurance verification after hitting another vehicle waiting at a red light, according to a police spokesman.
Casion, driving a 1998 white Ford, struck the back of a blue 2002 Isuzu Rodeo driven by Dawn Fausett, 33, of Enid.
Fausett's vehicle, after being hit by Casion, was pushed into the back of a 1988 red and white Ford F-150 pickup stopped in front of her.
The pickup, driven by Dean Cordell Sewell, 37, of Enid, then was pushed into the vehicle stopped in front of him. Sewell's pickup hit a 1998 brown Chevy Blazer utility vehicle, driven by Patricia Lynn Nunly, 34, of Enid.
Fausett complained of neck injuries. Fausett was taken to Integris Bass Baptist Health Center by Life EMS and was treated and released, according to the police report.
All those involved were wearing their seat belts at the time of the accident.
Two of the cars were towed away, and Enid Fire Department, and firefighters were dispatched to wash down the road.
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