A three car collision Saturday left six injured and two in serious condition in Carter County, according to a police report.

A 16-year-old, whose name has been withheld on account of his age, was driving a 2001 Toyota Tundra eastbound on US Highway 70, when he tried to turn on State Highway 76. He was t-boned by a 2017 Kia Forte, after which both vehicles spun off the roadway. The Toyota then hit a third vehicle, a 2016 Chevrolet Cruz, that was stopped at a stop sign causing the truck to do a quarter roll, ejecting three passengers from the bed of the truck.

The crash happened around 3:02 p.m. The cause of the crash is still under investigation. Police say the teenager failed to yield to the oncoming traffic.

The 16-year-old driver of the truck, from Lone Grove, was transported to Mercy Hospital and treated with head and arm injuries. One of his passengers, another 16-year-old boy was not injured.

His other passengers, two 14-year-old boys, one from Wilson and the other from Ardmore, were taken to Mercy Hospital. The boy from Ardmore was was treated for head, arm, and trunk external injuries and has already been released. The other boy was flown by Air Evac to OU Presbyterian Hospital in Oklahoma City where he remains in serious condition with head and trunk injuries, according to police.

The last passenger in the bed of the truck was Jetty W. Barnes Sr., 39, of Krebs. He was transported by helicopter to OU Medical Center, where he also remains in serious condition with torso external, and internal injuries and head injuries, according to a police report.

The driver of the Kia Forte, Melanie C. Smith, 42, of Healdton, suffered head, torso, and arm external injuries, and has been released from Mercy Hospital. Smith’s passenger, Debra Hale, 64, of Healdton was transported to Mercy Hospital and treated with head, torso internal and external injuries. She has since been released.

The third vehicle, driven by Abby M. McLaughlin, 21, of Ardmore, was transported to Mercy Hospital and treated for arm and leg injuries.

The scene was investigated by state troopers with the assistance of the Carter County Sheriff’s Office, Southern Oklahoma Ambulance Service, Air Evac, Healdton Fire Department, Wilson Fire Department and Dillard Fire Department.