A Perry man may have been under the influence of medicine when he drove his pickup over fences off a Woods County road in Northwest Oklahoma, the Oklahoma Highway Patrol reports.
Rocky James Bradford, 34, was headed north on County Road 500 when his 2005 Chevrolet pickup left the road. The pickup hit a fence and a windmill tower. The truck trampled two fences, then backed over a fence and drove in circles until rescue crews stopped the pickup, OHP reports. The one-car wreck happened at 7:39 a.m. Wednesday.
Bradford was taken by ambulance to Share Medical Center in Alva. He was in stable condition Wednesday afternoon.
The man was on medication, the highway patrol reported.