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 Stigler man died in a crash Thursday, the Oklahoma Highway Patrol reports.
The crash was about 5 p.m. on State Highway 71 northbound 1.3 miles south of Enterprise in Haskell County, the patrol reports.
Joe Kolar, 67, was dead at the scene.
Kolar was driving a sport utility vehicle when he went off the roadway and rolled down an embankment. He was not wearing a seat belt and was ejected.
Just before 8 a.m. Monday on State Highway 9 approximately one mile east of Whitefield in Haskell County, a 16 year-old boy from Stigler was driving a 1999 GMC pickup east when he crossed into the westbound lane and struck a semi on its side. According to Oklahoma Highway patrol, both the pickup and the semi left the highway and came to rest in a ditch. The 16-year-old driver was ejected from the pickup and killed, while his 12 year-old passenger was injured and airlifted to St.
A fatal crash occurred Wednesday night in Creek County, the Oklahoma Highway Patrol reports.
Arlie Clint Cates, 49, of Bristow, died from injuries suffered in a crash about 11:45 p.m. on State Highway 66 just west of W 271 Street, the patrol reports.
Cates died in a Sapulpa hospital after the crash.
Passenger Davied Van Orsdol, 49, of Bristow, was taken to a Tulsa hospital where he was treated for a back injury. Seat belts were not in use.
Cates was driving east on SH 66 when he drove off the roadway. Cates and Orsdol were ejected.
An Inola man died in a Rogers County crash Friday, the Oklahoma Highway Patrol reports.
Brian Rogers, 41, was killed about 2:20 a.m. on State Highway 88 at Country Ridge Lane. Rogers was driving north when he drove off the roadway and overturned. He did not wear a seat belt and was ejected. Rogers was dead at the scene.
A Claremore man died of injuries suffered in a Sunday afternoon crash, the Oklahoma Highway Patrol reports.
David Nickerson, 62, died at St. John Medical Center in Tulsa at 12:53 a.m. Monday.
Nickerson was driving a car south on a county road about 2:05 p.m. Sunday in Rogers County about 2 miles east of Claremore at a high rate of speed when he lost control and hit a utility pole. He was not wearing a seat belt. He was flown to the Tulsa hospital where he later died.
Two people died in a Mayes County crash Wednesday, the Oklahoma Highway Patrol reports.
Benjamin M. Morgan, 20, of Peggs, the driver of a car, and passenger Evelyn M. Hays, 43, of Peggs, both died in a head-on collision with a pickup about 6:20 p.m. Wednesday on State Highway 82 about 3.7 miles south of Locust Grove, the patrol reports.
Morgan was driving north on SH 82 when a pickup driven south by Cooper S. Day, 47, of Tahlequah, tried to pass another vehicle that was turning right onto a private drive. Day's pickup struck Morgan's car head-on, the patrol reports.
A fatal crash occurred Wednesday in McCurtain County, the Oklahoma Highway Patrol reports.
Connie Henley, 50, of Valliant, was dead at the scene.
Henley was a passenger in a pickup that crashed at 6:40 p.m. Wednesday on a county road 5 miles north of Rufe, the patrol reports.
Seat belts were not in use. The name of the driver has not been released. The pickup went off the roadway and overturned, ejecting Henley.