A Lexington couple escaped serious injury in a wreck late Saturday afernoon that landed the occupants of the other vehicle in the hospital.
William Logemann, 56, and Jean Logemann, 61, walked away from the collision, Oklahoma Highway Patrol Trooper Barrett Karlin reported.
They were in a 2018 GMC 3500 that was unsuccessful in avoiding a 2014 Chevrolet Cruze that ran a stop sign at the intersection of State Highways 9 and 102.
Driver of the Cruze was Almon Baker, 48, of Midwest City. He was admitted to OU Health University of Oklahoma Medical Center and later discharged.
His passenger, 64-year-old Rebecca Stuart of Edmond, remained hospitalized Monday in critical condition.
Baker and Stuart were pinned approximately 20 minutes before rescuers used a Hurst tool and freed them.
The GMC left the highway on the left, traveling across a ditch before striking a fence.