FAIRLAND - Four teenagers were all listed in fair condition after injuries sustained in a single-vehicle accident on Oklahoma Highway 125 just outside the city limits, the OHP confirmed.

Injured were Andrea Hall, 18, of Wyandotte; Drew Fish, 16, of Grove, and two Afton teens, George Miller, 17 and Phillip McDermott, 16.

The accident occurred, according to Trooper Caleb Cole, when the 1996 Dodge driven by Hall went off the right side of the roadway. She reportedly overcorrected, lost control of the vehicle and veered off the roadway again, striking a dry creek bed.

Hall was transported via Eaglemed to St. John's Regional Medical Center in Joplin, Mo., where she was treated for head and leg injuries, Cole reported.

Miller was transported via Med-Flight to Freeman Health Care Systems in Joplin for treatment of arm and leg injuries, according to the OHP report.

McDermott was transported via Grove EMS to Integris Grove General Hospital for treatment of trunk external injuries, Cole reported.

Fish was also transported to the Grove hospital where he was treated for head and leg injuries.

Hall was the only occupant of the vehicle wearing a seatbelt at the time of the accident, the officer noted in his report.