MURRAY COUNTY, Okla. – Officials say an OHP trooper has been injured after a driver rammed into their patrol vehicle.
According to Oklahoma Department of Transportation’s Ronald Hampton, the OHP trooper was patrolling in Murray County when a driver approached him from behind and crashed into the patrol unit.
Officials say the driver, Rosie Goff, was approaching the OHP unit at speeds over 80 miles per hour in a 45 miles per hour zone.
The trooper was transported to a local hospital for injuries.
Goff was arrested by OHP at the scene and tested .16, which is twice the legal limit, according to officials.