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Laura Jones, Carol Jones Hickman, Zach Homant, and Lili Homant killed in wrong-way collision on Interstate 40 in El Reno, Oklahoma

Modified Date: 
Thu, 03/11/2021 - 7:35am
Accident Date: 
Saturday, October 17, 2020

4 people, including juvenile, die from injuries suffered in head-on vehicle collision near El Reno

A 33-year-old Moore woman was driving a 2017 Jeep Renegade east in the westbound lanes of I-40. At approximately 1:37 a.m., she collided head-on with the Hyundai, according to an OHP news release.

Four killed in head-on collision in central Oklahoma

The driver of the eastbound vehicle, identified as Ashley Louise Ricks, 33, of Moore, was hospitalized in critical condition.

Four people killed in wrong-way crash on I-40 near El Reno, OHP officials say

The cause of the collision is under investigation. The identifies of those who died have not been released, pending official identification by the medical examiner.

OHP seeking information on driver involved in crash that killed 4 people

Anybody with information on her whereabouts on the night of Oct. 16 is asked to call the OHP Central Communications Center at 405-425-2323.

 

2 Vista children among 4 killed in Oklahoma wrong-way crash

Friends of the Homant family have started a GoFundMe to pay for burial costs. As of 7:30 p.m. Monday, it had raised about $6,600 of its $15,000 goal.

Wrong-way driver accused of 4 counts of 2nd-degree murder following fiery crash in October

The motorist believed responsible for a crash that resulted in the death of four people, including two adolescents, near El Reno has been arrested on four counts of second-degree murder.

Wrong-way driver charged in deaths of 4 people

According to online court records, Ricks has been charged with four counts of first-degree manslaughter in the case.

Type: Car Accident
People Involved: 
Ashley Louise Ricks
Laura Jones
Carol Jones Hickman
Zach Homant
Lili Homant
Roadway: 
Interstate 40

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