MADILL — Two Sulphur residents are in serious condition after the driver of the vehicle they were passengers in fell asleep at the wheel, according to an Oklahoma Highway Patrol report.
Troopers responded to a call of an overturned vehicle that struck a concrete culvert, on U.S. Highway 377, one mile north of Madill, at 8:03 a.m. Tuesday.
On arrival, Troopers found that Tosha M. Billy, 30, of Sulphur, was driving the 2012 Chevrolet Impala when she fell asleep at the wheel and crashed into the culvert, according to an OHP accident report.  
When the vehicle overturned, Traci E. Cates, 39, became pinned in the car. The Madill Fire Department freed Cates after she was pinned for five minutes, according to the report. She was then transported by Air-Evac to Plano Medical Center in Texas where she is in serious condition with leg and head injuries.
Jacob W. Edwards, 22, was also a passenger in the vehicle,  was transported by helicopter to Plano Medical Center. He was admitted in serious condition with internal injuries to his torso.
Billy refused treatment at the scene.
OHP’s report also said that only the driver was wearing a seatbelt.