Four people have died after accidents on Oklahoma roads on Monday and Tuesday, and the Oklahoma Highway Patrol released the names of three people who died after a June 26 accident.
Loretta Jean Wickham, 57, of Ochelata
Wickham died Tuesday when the motorcycle she was riding on was involved in a crash with a Jeep in Washington County.
Wickham died at the scene of the crash about 8:50 p.m. on a county road at U.S. 75 about three miles northwest of Ramona. She was riding on a motorcycle driven by John Robert Wickham, 58, of Ochelata. John Wickham was taken to a Tulsa hospital, where he was treated for an arm injury.
The Jeep involved was driven by Brian James Robertson, 45, of Bartlesville. He was not injured. Robertson wore a seat belt.
William Ray Smith, 42, of Dallas, and Marcus Dwayne Smith, 42, of Dallas
William Smith and Marcus Smith died in a collision about 8:50 p.m. Monday near Thackerville in Love County, the patrol reported.
Driver William Smith and passenger Marcus Smith were in a car going north on Interstate 35 about nine miles north of the Red River.
The patrol reported William Smith was speeding when the car hit the rear of a tractor-trailer driven by John T. Carter, 62, of Pierce City, Mo. Carter was not injured.
Freddie D. Brown Jr., 53, of Dallas; Gary F. Hodge, 61, of Muskogee; and Elizabeth A. Hodge, 72, of Muskogee.
About 1:10 p.m. June 26, Brown and Gary Hodge were driving tractor-trailers north on Indian Nation Turnpike in Pushmataha County. Brown tried to make a U-turn using a turnpike maintenance crossover and Gary Hodge’s tractor-trailer hit Brown’s, troopers reported.
Brown, Gary Hodge and Elizabeth Hodge, who was riding as Gary Hodge’s passenger, died at the scene.
Unidentified girl, 12, of Tishomingo
A 12-year-old girl, whose name was not released Wednesday, died Tuesday at OU Medical Center after suffering injuries in a June 27 accident, troopers said.
About 4:20 p.m. June 27, Cathy Michelle Baker, 29, of Tishomingo, was driving a SUV with two girls riding as passengers on State Highway 6 near Elk City. The SUV was hit by another vehicle while Baker was trying to make a left-hand turn, troopers said.
An 11-year-old Tishomingo girl, whose name was also not released, died at the scene, troopers said.