An Edmond man was a victim of a fatality collision that occurred at about 4 p.m. Sunday at the intersection of Waterloo Road and State Highway 74, according to the Oklahoma Highway Patrol (OHP). The site of the incident was about five miles south of Guthrie in Logan County.
Trooper Kelton Hayes noted in his report that the victim, Gerald D. Hanneman, 55, was driving a black 2013 Harley Davidson and was transported by Deer Creek emergency services to OU Medical Center in Oklahoma City.
Hanneman was pronounced dead by Dr. Victor Davis at 4:34 p.m. due to massive injuries sustained in the collision.
“Vehicle 1 (Hanneman) was traveling southbound on SH74,” Hayes reported.
The second vehicle was a white 2005 Dodge Ram pickup driven by Leonardo Valles, white male, age 21, of Hennessey, according to Hayes. Valles was not reported to be injured and his condition was normal, according to OHP.
Failure to stop at a stop sign was the cause of the collision, according to the OHP report.
“Vehicle-2 (Valles) was traveling westbound on Waterloo Road. Vehicle-2 failed to yield at the stop sign to oncoming traffic. Vehicle-2 struck Vehicle-1,” Hayes stated.
The road conditions were dry. Hayes stated it is unknown whether Hanneman was wearing a helmet.
“This report is based upon the trooper’s investigation of this collision. It may contain the opinion of the troopers,” according to OHP.