Two out-of-county motorcycle riders crashed in as many days and both went to Cimarron Memorial Hospital.
According to reports furnished by the Oklahoma Highway Patrol, the first accident occured at 12:10 p.m. on Saturday, July 5, three and one-half miles east of Kenton on State Highway 325.
A 2008 Harley Davidson motorcycle driven by Paul Michael Reed, 50, of Guymon was westbound when the vehicle went off the road on the north side of the highway.
Reed, who was not wearing a helmet, was ejected from the cycle and suffered head injuries.
He was examined at Cimarron Memorial before being transferred to Memorial Hospital of Texas County in Guymon and admitted for observation for his head injury.
The accident was investigated by Trooper Duane Johnson of the OHP, assisted by Trooper Jason Burch and Trooper Boyd Perry, officers of the Cimarron County Sheriffs Office, and the Cimarron County E.M.S.
The second accident occurred at 5:40 p.m., on July 6, on U.S. Highway, 56, five and one-half miles west of Felt.
A 1997 Chevrolet pickup, pulling a trailer and driven by Altha L. Maness, 46, with passenger, Parker Lee Maness, 51, both of Boise City was westbound on Highway 56, and attempting to turn. The trailer was struck by a 1999 Harley-Davidson motorcycle driven by Kirk Manlove, 45, of Springfield, Mo.
Manlove was ejected and landed 20 feet from the point of impact.
Manlove was taken to Cimarron Memorial Hospital in Boise City, and admitted with head injuries.
Manlove was listed in stable condition.
The accident was investigated by Trooper Duane Johnson of the OHP and assisted by Troopers Ryan Williams and Jason Burch, the Cimarron County Sheriff’s office and Cimarron County E.M.S.