Cattle Motorcycle Accident
Cattle cause injury accidents; highway closed to
By: Scott Fitzgerald
"Loose cattle on U.S. 81 caused massive problems
for motorists Thursday night and was a
contributing cause for two motorcycle accidents
that sent each driver to the hospital, according
to the Oklahoma Highway Patrol.
Buddy Allen Rogers, 55, of Enid, was listed in
stable condition Thursday in the intensive care
unit of St. Mary’s Regional Medical Center,
according to an OHP report.
He suffered internal injuries after losing
control of his 2003 Harley Davidson, which
struck cattle on the highway about a half-mile
north of the intersection with Centennial Road,
according to the report.
Odie Robert Quigley, 54, of Midland, Texas,
crashed after losing control of his 2000 Harley
Davidson motorcycle, which hit cattle at the
same location. He was listed in good condition
at St. Mary’s with arm and leg injuries.
Both motorcyclists were traveling south. They
hit cattle that were involved in a previous
collision, according to OHP. The OHP reported
two semis and four cars also were involved.
The accidents occurred at 9:45 p.m., according
to the OHP."
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