Four people died in accidents on Oklahoma roads, according to the Oklahoma Highway Patrol.
Larry Barrett, 61,
of Zeeland, Mich.
A Michigan man was killed in a Thursday collision, the Oklahoma Highway Patrol said.
Barrett was killed in a crash about 10:10 a.m. Thursday in the westbound lanes of the Turner Turnpike near Chandler, the highway patrol said.
Barrett was a passenger in a tractor-trailer driven by Rodger Wylie, 48, of Grand Rapids, Mich. Wylie was taken to OU Medical Center in Oklahoma City with multiple internal and external injuries.
Another tractor-trailer involved in the crash was driven by Ronald Ray Reed, 61, of Tulsa. He suffered minor injuries but refused treatment at the scene.
The patrol reports traffic had been slowed due to debris in the roadway. The tractor-trailer driven by Reed slowed down and the tractor-trailer driven by Wylie failed to slow down and hit Reed's rig.
Seat belts were in use by everyone except Barrett, the patrol reported.
Name not given
A portion of the Will Rogers Turnpike was closed Friday in Mayes County due to a fatal crash. The westbound lanes were closed about 5 a.m. in a construction area about a mile west of Adair, troopers said.
Kyle Adam Reese, 25, Mannford
A Mannford man died in a fatal crash Thursday night in Creek County, the highway patrol said.
Reese died at the scene of a crash about 10:55 p.m. Thursday on 41st Street near Evans Road near Mannford, the patrol reports.
Reese was the driver of a car that was westbound on 41st Street when he failed to negotiate a curve and hit a tree. The car overturned. Passenger Josh Fort, 33, of Mannford, was taken to a Tulsa hospital with internal trunk injuries.
Seat belts were not in use, the patrol reported.
Gary Alan Frederick, 71, Oklahoma City
An Oklahoma City man died after experiencing a medical incident while driving, troopers said. Frederick was driving in the parking lot of a convenience store about 1:45 p.m. Friday about a half mile southwest of Cleora when he died, troopers said. The car rolled into an adjacent building.