Four Injured in Train vs. Tractor-Trailer Accident Hwy. 77 and Addington Bend Rd. in Love County
Where: The accident occurred at a crossing at or near the intersection of Highway 77 and Addington Bend Road near Marietta in Love County, Oklahoma.
What Happened: A tractor-trailer was allegedly hit by a train at the crossing.
- Driver of tractor-trailer
- Occupants of train
- Four people, vehicle unknown, injured
On or about Friday, October 16th, 2021, around 7:06 in the evening, an accident between a train and a tractor-trailer sent four people to the hospital. Officials from the OHP said the accident was reported at a crossing at or near the intersection of Highway 77 and Addington Bend Road just outside Marietta in Love County, Oklahoma.
Authorities said four as-of-yet unidentified people were injured when a tractor-trailer was allegedly hit by a train when the truck got stuck on the tracks. Emergency responders transported four people to the hospital with unspecified injuries after the accident. Police did not indicate which vehicle the victims were in at the time of the accident.
According to Google Maps, the accident happened a short distance from Marietta, which is about 114 miles south of downtown Oklahoma City.
Police are still investigating the incident.
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