Gregorio Galindo-Casanova, 35, killed and James Steven Pflasterer, 41, Jose Reyes, 33, and Orlando Garcia, 34, injured in head-on car crash with tractor trailer on U.S. 64 in Woods County, Oklahoma
Texas man dies in head-on collision in Oklahoma
Everyone in the pickup was wearing a seat belt except Galindo-Cassanova, troopers said.
A Texas man was killed and three other people were injured Monday when a tractor-trailer crashed head-on with pickup truck in Woods County, Oklahoma, at about 9:40 a.m. Gregorio Galindo-Casanova, 35, of Houston, Texas, was a passenger in a pickup on U.S. 64 when a westbound tractor-trailer driven by Brandon Wesley Rinehart, 21, of Alva, was passing another westbound semi in a no-passing zone.
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