A boating incident late Saturday night resulted in several injuries at Lake Murray.
The Oklahoma Highway Patrol Trooper Casey Hall reported Sunday afternoon that the collision, which is still under investigation, occurred on Lake Murray approximately 3/10 mile east of the Lake Murray Marina in Love County.
The boats involved were a 1958 18 foot Lonestar boat and a 1997 24 foot Lae Outlaw boat.
The operator of the Lonestar, Rodrick D. Peery, 55, of Marietta, was transported by AirEvac to Denton Regional Hospital where he was treated and released.
Passengers injured in that vessel were Jacklyn D. Slawson, 19, of Ringling, who was transported by Love County EMS to Mercy Hospital in Ardmore where she was admitted in good condition with leg injury and Kortney N. Lane, 19, of Ringling, who was transported by Love County EMS to Mercy Hospital in Ardmore and then transferred by Southern Oklahoma Ambulance Service to OU Medical Center in Oklahoma City where she was admitted in serious condition with head injury.
Two other passengers, Hayden L. O'Brien, 21, of Mill Creek, and Chase D. Minyard, 22, of Healdton, were not injured.
The operator of the Outlaw boat, Ryan E. Peters, 43, of Sulphur, was not injured. Passengers in that vessel, Mariah B. Peters, 36, Beau D. Dresser, 45, and Amanda J. Dresser, 33, all of Sulphur, were also not injured.
While the case is still under investigation, the initial report alleges that Peery may have been intoxicated or otherwise impaired. The incident caused two passengers in the Lonestar boast to be ejected.
Personal flotation devices were not in use in either vessel. The OHP report indicated that the weather conditions were cloud and windy.
The OHP was assisted by Lake Murray State Park Rangers, Love County EMS, Southern Oklahoma Ambulance Service, Criner Hills Fire Department, Lake Murray Village Fire Department, Enville Fire Department and AirEvac.