Traffic crashes kill two in Oklahoma

A woman from Buffalo and a teenage boy from Clinton died in separate crashes Monday on Oklahoma roads, the Oklahoma Highway Patrol reported.
FROM STAFF REPORTS Modified: June 24, 2014 at 8:27 pm •  Published: June 24, 2014
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The Oklahoma Highway Patrol has released the names of two people killed on state roadways.

Ilomae Beck, 85, of Buffalo

Beck was fatally injured in a crash at 7:15 p.m. Monday on U.S. 183, about a mile northwest of Fort Supply, when a tractor-trailer slammed into the vehicle she was driving.

A tractor-trailer driven south on U.S. 183 by Gary A. Fisk, 53, of Desloge, Mo. swerved left of center and struck the vehicle Beck was driving. Beck’s vehicle bounced off a guard rail and hit a third vehicle. She died while being flown to a hospital in Oklahoma City, the patrol reported.

Fisk was not injured. His passenger Russell O. Fisk, 47, also of Desloge, Mo., was not injured.

Glen L. Beck, 88, of Buffalo, a passenger in Ilomae Beck’s vehicle, was taken to a Woodward hospital and admitted with injuries.

Charles E. Hurley, 26, of Sayre, was driving the pickup struck by Beck’s vehicle, the patrol reports. Hurley was taken to a Woodward hospital and admitted with injuries.

The Becks wore seat belts. Hurley also wore a seat belt, the patrol reports.

The patrol reported Gary Fisk was sleepy at the time of the collision. He was not wearing a seat belt.

Treveious Robinson, 16, of Clinton

Robinson was riding a motorcycle westbound on Interstate 40 in Custer County about 3 p.m. Monday, when he lost control of the motorcycle and it rolled multiple times.

Robinson, who was wearing a helmet, hit a cable barrier, troopers said.

Robinson died at the scene, troopers said.

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