Three people were killed in Oklahoma crashes on Labor Day, authorities reported Tuesday.
Tevyn Thompson, 24, of Oklahoma City.
Terrell D. Anderson, 24, of Oklahoma City.
Thompson and Anderson died Monday in a crash in southeast Oklahoma City, and the man who allegedly crashed into their car was arrested, police report.
Thompson and Anderson, a passenger, were both killed about 9:40 p.m. at SE 51 Terrace and S Sunnylane Road.
Andrew Perry Browning, 28, was arrested on two complaints of manslaughter and complaints of driving under the influence of alcohol resulting in a fatality and driving without a license.
Browning was driving a pickup south on Sunnylane when he failed to stop at a stop light at SE 51 Terrace and hit the rear of the car in which Thompson and Anderson were riding. Both Thompson and Anderson were wearing their seat belts, police said.
Browning was taken to a hospital and later was taken to the Oklahoma County jail. He was being held Tuesday in lieu of $27,000 bail.
John Paul Newsom, 50, of Edmond.
Newsom died Monday after a three-vehicle crash in Logan County, the Oklahoma Highway Patrol reported.
About 3:45 p.m., Newsom was driving near S Broadway and Charter Oak Road, about two miles north of Edmond, when his car was struck by a southbound pickup on Broadway. The pickup had been hit by an eastbound car on Charter Oak.
Newsom, who was wearing a seat belt, died at the scene, troopers said.
Theresa Sanchez, 32, of Edmond, was driving east on Charter Oak Road when her car struck Deborah Davis’ southbound pickup. Davis’ pickup rolled and struck Newsom’s car. The Sanchez and Davis vehicles both ran off the road, and Newsom’s car remained in the roadway.
Jana Kay Newsom, 49, of Edmond, a passenger, was taken by ambulance to an Oklahoma City hospital and admitted.
Davis, 46, of Tucson, Ariz., and Sanchez both declined treatment at the scene. Two 9-year-old boys in Sanchez’s vehicle were not injured, troopers said.