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Drugs Blamed In Crash That Left Three Sulphur Residents Injured

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MURRAY COUNTY, OK -- Troopers say driving under the influence of drugs was the cause of a crash that sent 3 people to the hospital in Murray County.

It happened around noon, about two miles south of Sulphur on a county road.

According to OHP, Calvin Smith, 24, of Sulphur, hit a tree. He was taken to the hospital in Sulphur in stable condition.

His passenger April Sledd, 33, of Sulphur, was airlifted to OU Medical Center in serious condition.

Another passenger, Melissa Robinson, 39, of Sulphur, was also transferred to OU Medical Center in stable condition.