Four people were injured in a two-vehicle crash on U.S. Highway 77 Monday afternoon.
The Oklahoma Highway Patrol said the accident occurred about 3:35 p.m. south of the community's city limits.
Patrol reports indicate Kyle Settlemoir, 21, Ardmore, was behind the wheel of a 2000 Mercury and was attempting to make a left turn onto U.S. 77 from a country road. He failed to yield at the stop sign and was hit by a 2005 Ford, driven by Gareth Gould, 36, Woodbury, Tenn., who was northbound on the highway. Both drivers were taken to Mercy Hospital Ardmore, where they were treated and later released.
Amber Waller, 20, Stratford, a passenger in Settlemoir's car, was taken to the Ardmore hospital and later airlifted to OU Medical Center where she was admitted in serious condition with multiple injuries.
Carl Scott, 18, Ardmore, also a passenger in Settlemoir's car, was taken to the Ardmore hospital where he was treated and released. Jacob Rains, identified as the third passenger in the Ardmore man's car, was not injured.
The drivers of both cars were reportedly wearing seatbelts. The passengers in Settlemoir's car were not buckled up.