Payne County deputy involved in sinking while responding to another collision | New

While responding to an injury collision on State Highway 51 and Prairie Road, a Payne County deputy ran into wreckage at the intersection of Sixth Avenue and Perkins Road Monday night.

Multiple first responders were dispatched Monday evening to the intersection of Sixth Avenue and Perkins Road for a collision with two vehicles.

Stillwater Police Public Information Officer TJ Low said the deputy activated lights and sirens during the collision when the deputy collided with oncoming traffic.

The pickup ended up hitting masonry along the sidewalk in front of the Daylight Donuts.

SFD firefighters

Stillwater firefighter Sonny Stafford and another firefighter clear the scene of an injury collision Monday at the intersection of Sixth Avenue and Perkins Road.

“A van traveling north on Perkins Road didn’t see the deputy coming,” Low said. “The PCSO deputy hit the pickup at the intersection.”

Low said the deputy and the passenger in the van suffered minor injuries.

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Several car parts were strewn across the roadway and had to be retrieved by first responders and two responding truck drivers.

The PCSO has told Low not to release the deputy’s name at this time, and no citation has been issued.

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