A personal injury collision in Murray County sent a Davis woman to the hospital in serious condition with a head injury on Monday, according to an Oklahoma Highway Patrol report.

Jennie M. Fultz, 38, the passenger of a Ford Fusion was transported by Murray County EMS to Arbuckle Memorial Hospital in Sulphur after a two-vehicle collision at 2:08 p.m. on State Highway 7 and State Highway 7-Spur.

The vehicle Fultz was riding in was traveling westbound on State Highway 7 when it struck a vehicle southbound on State Highway 7-Spur that failed to yield to a stop sign.

Edward Tingle Sr., 86, of Roff was the driver the a 2003 BMW that failed to yield. Tingle was not injured.

Dustin Sharp, 41, of Ravia was the driver of the 2008 Ford Fusion and was also uninjured. The report shows everyone was wearing their seatbelt. The cause of the collision was reported as “failure to yield.”

Oklahoma Highway Patrol was assisted by Murray County Sheriff’s Office, Sulphur Police Department, Sulphur Fire Department and Murray County EMS.