COLBERT — The girl killed in a rollover accident Sunday afternoon in Bryan County was Abigail Jones, 9, according to Brown's Funeral Home in Durant.
The girl died at the scene of the wreck, which happened about 3:25 p.m. on a Bryan County road one mile east and 3½ miles south of Colbert, according to a report from the Oklahoma Highway Patrol. The report listed her age as 10.
The funeral home and Colbert Public School listed her age as 9. She was a fourth-grader at Eastward Elementary School, a secretary said.
A funeral home employee said the family had not made any arrangements Monday morning.
The girl was a passenger in a sport utility vehicle, which was traveling north at an unsafe speed when it ran off the road and rolled over, the patrol reported.
The SUV was driven by a 13-year-old boy, and two other juveniles also were in the vehicle, according to the report.
The patrol confirmed Jones' name but has not released the names of the other juveniles involved, citing concerns about federal privacy issues.
No one in the car was wearing a seat belt. Jones was thrown from the SUV, which landed on top of her, troopers said.
Witness Ray Paap told TV station KTEN that emergency personnel from the Oklahoma Highway Patrol, the sheriff's department, the fire department and a few ambulances descended on the dirt road after the SUV rolled onto its side.
Caitlin Perry, a friend of the girl, said the situation was horrible.
“I can't believe she's gone,” she told KTEN about the girl who was involved in Girl Scouts and cheerleading. “She loved life, she loved living out here in the country.”
Contributing: The Associated Press