STILLWATER, Okla. — Two Oklahoma State student-athletes are recovering after a car crash Monday night.
OSU wrestler A.J. Ferrari and runner Isai Rodriguez got into an accident around 8 p.m. on their way back to Stillwater after an appearance at a youth wrestling practice in nearby Cushing, Okla.
Ferrari was driving westbound on State Highway 33 when he attempted to pass 3 cars while cresting a hill. This is when he ran into a 2007 Chevy pickup, departed the road, and rolled over.
Oklahoma State Wrestling Coach John Smith says OSU football offensive coordinator Kasey Dunn's helped get them out.
"I don't know how many people would go to a car that was on fire and try to pull someone out, but I'm sure glad Coach Dunn was there."
OK State Wrestling Coach John Smith discussing Kasey Dunn's heroic actions last night. pic.twitter.com/mABUHhnGX2
— Cayden McFarland (@caydenmc) January 25, 2022
Ferrari was taken via helicopter to an Oklahoma City hospital and Rodriguez was taken to Stillwater Medical. At this time, both athletes' injuries are not life-threatening.
According to law enforcement officials, there were no fatalities and confirms that the driver in the Chevy Pickup has no injuries.
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