Motorcycle rider killed in Sequoyah County collision, Oklahoma Highway Patrol reports

A man on a motorcycle was killed in Sequoyah County, the Oklahoma Highway Patrol reports. The collision was Tuesday near Sallisaw.
FROM STAFF REPORTS Published: August 29, 2012

A man riding a motorcycle was killed in Sequoyah County Tuesday in a collision, the Oklahoma Highway Patrol reports.

Samuel Miller, 45, of Gore died at a Fort Smith, Ark. hospital of injuries suffered in the 6:20 p.m. wreck just west of Sallisaw on U.S. 64, the patrol reports.

Miller slowed down for a car turning in front of him when his motorcycle was struck by a sport utility vehicle driven by Brent Carter, 27, of Vian, the patrol reports. Carter was not hurt.

Miller's motorcycle then hit a car driven by Lisa Lewis, 41, of Sallisaw. Lewis and passenger Brian Farris, 19, of Sallisaw were treated and released for injuries at a local hospital.

Carter and Lewis wore a seat belt but Farris did not. Miller did not wear a helmet, the patrol reports. has disabled the comments for this article.

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