Four die of injuries from wrecks on Oklahoma roads
Crashes on Oklahoma roads prove fatal for four, Oklahoma Highway Patrol troopers report.
Wolf was pronounced dead at the scene. Watts and a passenger in his tractor-trailer were not injured. Everyone was wearing a seat belt, troopers said.
Fay Baker, 90, of Crawford, Ark.
Baker died Wednesday from injuries she suffered in a wreck Sunday on I-40 in Caddo County.
She was a passenger in a pickup driven by Nancy Baker, 73, of Crawford, Ark. About 2:50 p.m., their pickup and a second one driven by Ronald Squires, 41, of Weatherford, were both heading west on I-40 when Squires' pickup hit Bakers' pickup from behind, troopers said.
Bakers' pickup hit an exit sign, then ran through a fence, coming to rest in a wheat field. Squires told troopers he fell asleep at the wheel.
Fay Baker was taken to OU Medical Center, where she died Wednesday. All involved were wearing seat belts.
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