Oklahoma Highway Patrol: 6 dead in separate car crashes

The Associated Press - February 4, 2018 8:38 am

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) – The Oklahoma Highway Patrol says six people have been killed on state roads in separate crashes.
Troopers say 76-year-old Tommie Ann Scott was killed Saturday in a crash east of Soper in Choctaw County.
Earlier Saturday, a three-vehicle crash near Ada in Pontotoc County left 53-year-old Richard L. Campbell, 51-year-old Timothy L.R. Campbell, and 56-year-old Dathan R. Lane dead.
On Friday, two unidentified people were killed in a collision east of Okay in Wagoner County.
Scott and the two unidentified motorists were killed in single-vehicle wrecks.
In the Pontotoc County crash, troopers say Richard L. Campbell’s westbound pickup went left of center and collided head-on with Lane’s eastbound truck. Richard L. Campbell’s pickup overturned and struck a third vehicle. Timothy L.R. Campbell was pinned under wreckage for about three hours.


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