Six people have died on Oklahoma roadways, the Oklahoma Highway Patrol reports.
Jacob Biggers, 25, of Cushing.
Biggers was driving a pickup when he died about 5:30 a.m. Monday on State Highway 33 at Norfolk Road about a mile east of Cushing city limits in Payne County.
A passenger in the pickup, Joshua Biggers, 23, of Cushing, was taken to St. Francis Hospital in Tulsa, where he was treated for injuries.
Jacob Biggers was driving north on Norfolk Road when he failed to stop at a stop sign at SH 33 and was hit broadside by a pickup driven by Billy Griffin, 29, of Stillwater. Griffin was taken to a Cushing hospital where he was treated and released for injuries, the patrol reports.
Seat belts were in use by everyone involved in the collision.
Richard Brett Ardrey, 47, of Colbert; Matthew Joseph Kraemer, 37, of Colbert; Leonard Wiley Fly II, 40, of Yukon; and a 14-year-old from Yukon.
Four people died in a head-on collision in Bryan County Sunday afternoon, the Oklahoma Highway Patrol reports.
About 4:10 p.m. Sunday, Ardrey was driving a pickup east on U.S. 70 about 3 miles west of Mead when he went left of center and hit a pickup driven west by Fly. Ardrey was dead at the scene.
Kraemer, who was Ardrey’s passenger, was dead at the scene of massive injuries.
Fly was also dead at the scene of massive injuries, the patrol reports.
A passenger in Fly’s pickup, a 14-year-old male from Yukon, was dead at the scene of massive injuries.
Another passenger in Fly’s pickup, a 13-year-old male from Yukon, was flown to a hospital in Dallas, where he was in good condition, the patrol reports.
Seat belts were in use in Ardrey’s pickup but were not in use by those in the pickup Fly drove, the patrol reports.
Felix Amezquita, 59, of Oklahoma City
Amezquita was driving westbound on State Highway 51 about 21/2 half miles east of Wagoner in Wagoner County about 5:50 a.m. Monday, when a sport utility vehicle crossed the center line and hit Amezquita’s car head on, the Oklahoma Highway Patrol reports.
Amezquita was pronounced dead at the scene. The driver of the SUV, Aaron E. Jenkins, 36, of Fort Gibson, was taken to St. Francis Hospital in Tulsa, the patrol reports.
Both drivers were wearing seat belts, the patrol reports.