MURRAY COUNTY, OK - An Oklahoma Highway Patrol trooper had to be taken to a hospital after colliding with an alleged drunk driver in Murray County.
Just after 3 p.m. Wednesday, the trooper was patrolling the Chickasaw Trail between Sulphur and Davis.
Troopers said a vehicle driven by Rosie Goff approached the patrol unit from behind.
We're told her speed was clocked at 80 miles an hour in a 45 mile an hour zone.
The vehicle Goff was driving then allegedly ran into the patrol unit.
The trooper was taken to a local hospital for injuries.
Goff was arrested at the scene and tested for alcohol. Troopers said her blood alcohol level registered at .16, twice the legal limit.
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