Sand Springs man killed in Osage County wreck

TIM HUDSONExaminer-enterprise

A 39-year-old Sand Springs man is dead following collision involving two semi trucks in Osage County on Friday afternoon.

According to reports from the Oklahoma Highway Patrol, the accident happened around 2:09 p.m. in the area of State Highway 20 and Road 5905 in Osage county.

OHP trooper say a 2006 International semi, driven by 26-year-old Nathan Anthony Halom, of Cleveland,, was southbound on Road 5905 while a 2000 Freightliner semi, driven by David Fisher, of Sand Springs, was eastbound on Highway 20.

Halom reportedly failed to stop at stop sign and entered into the path of Fisher’s truck, causing Fisher to strike Halom’s truck. Both vehicles then departed the roadway to the right and rolled one half time coming to rest on their tops, the OHP reports show.

Fisher was pinned for approximately two hours before being extricated by the Shidler Fire Department. He was pronounced dead on the scene from “massive Injuries.”

Halom was transported to the Fairfax hospital before being transported to St. Francis in Tulsa, where he was admitted in stable condition with trunk internal and leg injuries.

Two passengers in Halom’s truck, 20-year-old Davis Lewis and 22-year-old Jimmie Lewis, both of Sand Springs, were admitted to St. Francis with head and arm and head and trunk injuries respectively. Both were listed in stable condition.

According to the report, Fisher had been wearing his seatbelt but seatbelts were not in use by anyone Halom’s truck.

The report notes that Halom’s condition at the time of the accident is still under investigation.