The Oklahoma Highway Patrol has provided more information Monday on an accident that left an Enid man in critical condition Sunday.
A report released following the accident listed the "condition of driver" as "odor of alcohol" and the "cause of collision" as "following too closely," but it did not specify which driver in the two-vehicle accident the "odor of alcohol" was referencing.
The OHP has since said the "odor of alcohol" was coming from Kristal McMahon, 26, of Bristol, Wis. At 3:07 a.m., McMahon was driving a 2008 Chevrolet southbound on I-35, at Northeast 36th in Oklahoma City, when she struck a southbound 2006 ASVE motorcycle driven by Raymond E. Conway, 46, of Enid, in the rear, according to the report.
Conway's motorcycle departed the roadway to the right and struck the guardrail. McMahon's Chevrolet departed the roadway to the right and rolled two times, ejecting 27-year-old Joshua N. Howsam, also of Bristol, Wis., a passenger in her vehicle, the report states.
Conway was transported to OU Medical Center in critical condition with head, neck and internal and external trunk injuries, according to the report.
McMahon and Howsam also were taken to OU Medical Center, the report states. McMahon was admitted in good condition with minor head and neck injuries, while Howsam was admitted in critical condition with head and internal injuries.
According to the report, Conway was not wearing a helmet. Howsam was not wearing his seat belt.