Two people have died on Oklahoma roads.
John Robbins, 69, Eufaula
Robbins died after having a heart attack while behind the wheel, which caused him to leave the road, the Oklahoma Highway Patrol reported.
About 3:15 p.m. Friday, Robbins was driving east on State Highway 9 in McIntosh County near Hanna when he suffered an apparent heart attack, lost control of his sport utility vehicle, left the road to the right and crashed through a fence.
Robbins died at the scene.
Heather Hickman, 18, Norman
Hickman died after a wreck in Grady County on Saturday.
About 2:50 p.m., she was driving a pickup eastbound on U.S. 62 when she slowed to turn left on a county road, troopers said. A man driving an eastbound vehicle hit her pickup from behind, and a westbound vehicle drove over debris from the wreck.
Hickman died at the scene after being pinned for almost two hours. The driver of the vehicle that hit the pickup, and the driver and passenger in the third vehicle were not injured.
Hickman's passenger, Christian Zauner, 21, of Norman, was taken to an Oklahoma City hospital, where he was treated and released. Everyone involved wore seat belts, troopers said.