CROMWELL, Okla. - A woman is in the hospital Monday after a car accident along an Oklahoma highway.
The highway patrol says drugs were involved.
It happened around 3:15 Sunday afternoon along I-40 near Cromwell in Seminole County.
Troopers say 51-year-old Ella Hyslop was driving when she decided to shoot up with meth while at the wheel.
That's when the car went off the road and rolled several times.
Passenger 29-year-old Ladawna Hyslop suffered a number of injuries and is hospitalized in serious condition.
The driver was arrested.
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