Three people have died and two others were hurt after an early-morning collision involving two vehicles in southern Oklahoma
MILL CREEK, Okla. (AP) — Three people have died and two others were hurt after an early-morning collision involving two vehicles in southern Oklahoma.
The state Department of Public Safety said in a statement that the wreck occurred early Saturday south of Mill Creek in Johnston County.
Two passengers in a Lincoln Navigator were killed while a third passenger was flown to a hospital in critical condition. The 19-year-old driver of the Navigator was flown to a hospital in Denison, Texas, and listed in stable condition.
The motorist in the second vehicle, a 20-year-old man driving a Chevrolet pickup, died at the scene. He had no passengers.
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Authorities have not explained how the accident occurred but it appears one of the vehicles failed to yield at an intersection.