Ginett Snow killed in car accident near Stigler OK.
Ginett Snow, 34, died from massive head injuries suffered in a car accident about a mile west of Stigler, the Oklahoma Highway Patrol reports.
A Stigler woman was killed in an accident about 7 p.m. Tuesday in Haskell County, the Oklahoma Highway Patrol reports.
Ginett Snow, 34, died from massive head injuries suffered in the accident about a mile west of Stigler.
Snow was a passenger in a 2012 Ford Mustang driven by Travis Russell, 24, who was not injured, the patrol reports.
No details of the accident were released pending an investigation. Snow was taken to a Stigler hospital where she was pronounced dead.
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A 19-year-old man was killed Wednesday in a motorcycle crash in Surry County.
Authorities said the crash happened at Highway 601 and West Mount Herman Church Road about 6:40 p.m.
Investigators said two motorcycles were riding together when the 19-year-old lost control and struck another vehicle.
The victim's identity was not immediately released.
Emergency officials responded to a deadly crash in Surry County Tuesday afternoon.
The crash was reported around 1:15 p.m. on Poplar Springs Road near Timberbrook Trail east of State Road.
Surry County EMS Director John Shelton said the crash was fatal and involved one car.
No other information has been released.
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A missing man was found dead Saturday after a crash on the Blue Ridge Parkway.
Authorities said Grover Davis and his vehicle were found on the parkway just before 11 a.m.
Investigators said Davis had last been seen leaving his home on White Pines County Club Road on Thursday.
The Carroll County Sheriff's Office is investigating the incident, and the National Park Service is investigating the crash.
A crash involving two tractor-trailers Wednesday morning shut down Interstate 77 south in Surrey County, near the weigh station.
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One person was taken to Baptist Hospital for treatment of non-life-threatening injuries.
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The two-vehicle collision happened around 6:50 a.m. at the intersection of West Clemmonsville Road and Ebert Road. No one was injured.
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