A woman died in a traffic accident this week in Washita County, the Oklahoma Highway Patrol reported. Angie Marie Lafleur, 49, of Sentinel, was driving a car northbound on State Highway 44 when the vehicle departed the roadway and hit a highway sign and an embankment.
Partee’s Facebook page showed he was in Dallas, Texas hours before the crash. Cori Rachelle Whitsett posted on Partee’s page saying, “I know Jesus saw your beautiful heart and your up there kickin’ it with Him!!”
The crash took place shortly after 9 p.m., when the truck crossed a median, entered oncoming traffic on Interstate 35 near the city of Ardmore, about halfway between Oklahoma City and Dallas in Murray County, and hit the bus carrying The North Central Texas College softball team.
Authorities responded to a crash on I-40 about 14 miles east of Weatherford just before 8 p.m. Friday. Officials confirmed two people have died as a result of the crash involving a motorcycle and a semi.
The OHP report states a 2002 Honda TRX 500 driven by James Votaw, 18, of Inola was eastbound when he lost control on a curve, went off the road throwing both him and his passenger, a 16-year-old girl off the ATV. The OHP report said Votaw was driving at an unsafe speed at the time of the crash.
A Wilson man died Tuesday in Carter County when an all-terrain vehicle he drove was struck by a tractor-trailer, the Oklahoma Highway Patrol reports. Cory Murfin, 28, was killed on U.S. 70 at Oak Creek Road just west of Lone Grove about 8:50 p.m., the patrol reports.