A Miami resident was killed in a head-on collision Tuesday evening on Road 120.

Oklahoma Highway Patrol Trooper Richard Mendez said Andrew L. Baldwin, 27, of Miami, was eastbound on Road 120, about three miles south of Miami, at 7:28 p.m. Tuesday on a 2004 Harley Davidson motorcycle when it went left of the center line on the crest of a hill and struck a westbound 2007 Chrysler Sebring driven by Dawnus S. George, 55, of Wyandotte.

He said Baldwin was found 180 feet from the accident scene. Baldwin, who suffered massive head injuries, was pronounced dead at the scene.

George was transported to Integris Baptist Regional Health Center in Miami with internal injuries as well as arm and leg injuries. He was in fair condition.

Passenger Harold C. Shiflett, 81, of Wyandotte, George's father, also was transported to Integris Baptist Regional Health Center in Miami with internal injuries and arm injuries. He was in stable condition.

Passenger two, Destiny D. Vandiver, 12, of Miami, George's granddaughter, was transported by private vehicle to Integris Baptist Regional Health Center in Miami, where she was treated for arm injuries and released.

Passenger three, Brooklyn S. Vandiver, 6, of Miami, George's granddaughter, was transported by private vehicle to Integris Baptist Regional Health Center in Miami where she was treated for external body injuries and released.

Passenger four, Brycelyn Vandiver, 6, of Miami, George's granddaughter, was transported to Integris Baptist Regional Health Center in Miami where she was treated for external injuries to the body and was treated and released.

Mendez said all of the occupants in the George vehicle were wearing their seatbelts.