Two men died in separate traffic accidents this week, and another man died from injuries he suffered in a Sept. 2 accident, the Oklahoma Highway Patrol reported.
Daniel Edward Vesper, 59, of Enid
Vesper died Monday in an Enid hospital from injuries he suffered about 4:55 p.m. Sept. 2 in Garfield County, troopers said. He was driving north on Garland Road when his pickup was struck by another pickup going east on Phillips Road that failed to yield.
The second pickup was driven by Zachary Isaac Like, 19, of Enid. Bryce Joseph Mendenhall, 16, of Enid, was his passenger. Like refused treatment at the scene. Mendenhall was treated at an Enid hospital and released, troopers said.
Everyone involved in the accident was wearing a seat belt, troopers said.
Kenneth Snake, 67, of Ponca City
Snake was walking across U.S. 177 on Tuesday when he was struck by a car driven by Charles Jacques, 26, of Stillwater, troopers said. He died about 9:30 p.m. just south of White Eagle Drive about four miles south of Ponca City.
Jacques was not injured. He wore a seat belt.
Jeremy Lawson, 19, of Alexander, Ark.
Lawson was driving a motorcycle about 10:20 a.m. Wednesday on U.S. 412 in Catoosa when he was hit by a tractor-trailer, troopers said.
His passenger, Lauren Nieto, 21, Russellville, Ark., was taken by medical helicopter to a Tulsa hospital in critical condition, troopers said.
Truck driver Danny Jenkins, 25, of Locust Grove, was going south on 265th East Avenue and attempted to turn onto U.S. 412. Jenkins did not see the motorcycle and hit it, troopers said.
Jenkins and passenger Justin Harmon, 22, of Locust Grove, were not injured. They were wearing seat belts.
Lawson was pronounced dead at the scene.