Two people were injured after a crash Sunday morning in Oklahoma.
According to Oklahoma Highway Patrol, just after 8 a.m. Sunday, Elizabeth Reese, 21, was driving on State Highway 6 just three miles east of El Dorado in Jackson County.
Reese attempted to avoid crashing into another car, however, overcorrected while doing so. Reese then overturned one-and-a-half times until the car landed upside down. Reese was transported to Hardeman County Hospital and was treated and released.
Two children were also in the car, aged 2- and 3-years-old, but only the 2-year-old sustained injuries. He was transported to Hardeman County Hospital and then transferred to a Wichita Falls hospital to be treated with external and internal injuries.