Couple injured in Osage County motorcycle accident
A Bartlesville couple was reportedly injured in a two-vehicle accident on Sunday in Osage County.
According to reports from the Oklahoma Highway Patrol, Robert and Margie Moss were injured when the motorcycle they were riding collided with a car.
The accident happened around 3:47 p.m. Sunday on State Highway 20 at Richardson Road, which is located about 8.4 miles west of Skiatook in Osage County.
At that time, a 2009 Harley Davidson XL12, driven by Robert Moss, “was attempting to pass two vehicles while driving eastbound on State Highway 20.” At the same time, a 2007 Saturn RSK, driven by 38-year-old Tobin Crow of Broken Arrow, was turning left off State Highway 20 onto Richardson Road. The motorcycle then struck Crow’s car on the driver side door. Upon impact, both parties on the motorcycle were separated from the vehicle, “landing in the ditch left of the roadway.”
Robert Moss, 58, was then transported by Skiatook EMS to St. John Medical Center in Tulsa, where he was admitted in critical condition with head, arms, trunk internal, trunk external and leg injuries. Margie Moss, 51, was also transported to St. John where she was admitted in stable condition with head, arms, trunk internal, trunk external and leg injuries.
Crow was not injured in the incident.
Troopers listed the condition of drivers as “both apparently normal” and the cause of the collision as “improper left turn and passing in no-passing zone.”