Clinton firemen and paramedics were busy helping people over the weekend too. These photos were taken at the scene of a one-vehicle accident Saturday afternoon on I-40. Helping get victim Evan Warden into a helicopter, above, are an Air Evac flight nurse and medic Tammy James, center. Watching after helping get victims out of the wrecked van are SEMS medic Allison Myers, in the foreground, and firemen, from the left, Shane Fawver, Blake Shaddon, Battalion Chief Billy Challis, Calvin Baggett (behind Challis)

In between doing good deeds for a stranded Indiana family (see story at bottom of this page), members of Oklahoma Highway Patrol Troop H investigated two injury accidents over the weekend.

A pair of local Oklahoma Highway Patrol troopers helped turn a shattered vacation into one an Indiana family may never forget.

OHP Trooper Matt Villines checks out an accident scene west of Clinton as Yonnah Chavis-Locklear of Tucson, Ariz., gathers items from her Toyota SUV and U-Haul trailer.

A woman apparently traveling from Arizona to North Carolina had a close call shortly after noon Thursday on Interstate 40 west of Clinton.
The woman was driving an SUV pulling a U-Haul trailer which tangled with a westbound semi at 12:37 p.m. Fortunately, she was not injured, and even she admitted she was lucky.
 

Clinton firemen and paramedics were busy helping people over the weekend too. These photos were taken at the scene of a one-vehicle accident Saturday afternoon on I-40. Helping get victim Evan Warden into a helicopter, above, are an Air Evac flight nurse and medic Tammy James, center. Watching after helping get victims out of the wrecked van are SEMS medic Allison Myers, in the foreground, and firemen, from the left, Shane Fawver, Blake Shaddon, Battalion Chief Billy Challis, Calvin Baggett (behind Challis)
OHP Trooper Matt Villines checks out an accident scene west of Clinton as Yonnah Chavis-Locklear of Tucson, Ariz., gathers items from her Toyota SUV and U-Haul trailer.

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Sports

Clinton quarterback Austin Maine (9) dashes up the middle for a touchdown in last Thursday’s scrimmage against Chickasha. The Red Tornadoes open their 2015 football season this Thursday at Lawton MacArthur.

Last year Clinton went into the season with a new quarterback learning a new system.

Lifestyle

After, by his own estimation, 41 years, one month and one week in the pulpit of the First Church of God, Roy Dobbs told his Church Council and congregation Sunday that he is retiring.

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