Ree Drummond’s nephew in critical condition after head-on crash involving her husband

The crash occurred between two fire trucks, driven by Drummond’s husband Ladd Drummond, 52, and her nephew Caleb Drummond, 21. The men were responding to a fire at Drummond’s ranch near Pawhuska, Oklahoma.

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Ree Drummond prepares Macaroni and Cheese for her family as seen on Food Network’s The Pioneer Woman, Season 4. | Courtesy Food Network

Ree Drummond is photographed on Season 4 of “The Pioneer Woman.”

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Food NetworkstarRee Drummond’s nephew is in critical condition following a crash involving her husband.

According to areport provided by the Oklahoma Department of Public Safety, the crash occurred betweentwo fire trucks, driven by Drummond’s husband Ladd Drummond, 52, and her nephew Caleb Drummond, 21.Fox 23andNews On 6report the men were responding to afire atDrummond’s ranch near Pawhuska, Oklahoma.

The report says Caleb is in “critical condition” with head, arm, leg and other injuries and has been transported toSt. John Medical Center in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Ladd refused treatment at the scene.

The reportcites “speed due to traffic conditions” as the cause of the collision. According to the document, the drivers’ visibility was reduced as a result of high winds on the gravel road.

The vehicles hit head on, withCalebbeing ejected about70 feet from point of rest.

On Thursday Drummond reached out to her fans via social media to let everyone know both her husband and nephew will likely be Okay.

Drummond, known for her blog”The Pioneer Woman”and Food Network show of the same name,described watching Caleb graduate from high school in a2018 blog post.

“Caleb, my nephew, graduated Friday night!” she wrote. “It was surreal; there’s no way he’s old enough to graduate from high school. As in No. Possible. Way.”

Inanother page on her blogfrom 2014, Drummond described her fondness for Caleb, calling him”his father’s clone in every way.”

“Used to take my keys off the pew in church and snicker as I looked under the cushion, on the floor, and inside the hymnal for them,” she wrote. “And actually, he still does this. Calls me ‘ma’am.’He’s a good kid.”

The success of her blogled to the first of multiple cookbooks, “The Pioneer Woman Cooks: Recipes from an Accidental Country Girl,” and a TV show that catapulted her to fame. She’s also authored several children’s books.

Drummond has filmed her Food Network showin “The Lodge,”a guest house on the family’s ranch, since 2011.

“On behalf of Oklahoma’s film and television community, our hearts go out to the Drummond family this evening. We send our support and best wishes during this time,” saidOklahoma Film + Music Office Director Tava Maloy Sofsky in a statement.

Drummond and her husband Ladd share fourchildren.

Read more at usatoday.com

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