CUSTER COUNTY— An Oklahoma man required no medical transportation after rolling his vehicle in the early morning hours of February 13.
According to the accident report from the Custer County Sheriff’s Office, Clay Olmstead, 46, of Mustang, Oklahoma was traveling south on Highway 2, just outside of Broken Bow near Cramer Canyon Road. He was driving a 2008 Toyota FJ Cruiser when he stated to police he fell asleep and overcorrected the vehicle.
The accident report states the vehicle drove off of the road to the right and then drove back across the highway into the opposite ditch where the Toyota rolled several times before coming to rest on its wheels. The vehicle was listed as totaled.
Airbags were deployed and a seatbelt was used by Olmstead, who was the sole occupant.
According to the 9-1-1 call log, Broken Bow Fire and Rescue was dispatched to the scene to check out Olmstead who had stated that he was “okay.”
The Custer County Sheriff’s Office, Broken Bow Police Department, Broken Bow Fire and Rescue, and Hunter’s Towing and Repair responded to the scene.