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Two dead on Oklahoma roadways

Two people have died on Oklahoma roads. The Oklahoma Highway Patrol reports the deaths.
FROM STAFF REPORTS Modified: June 4, 2012 at 6:42 am •  Published: June 4, 2012

Maria Lopez White, 64, of Tulsa.

White was a passenger in a sport utility vehicle that was involved in a collision about 9 p.m. Sunday on eastbound Interstate 244 a half mile west of Sheridan Avenue in Tulsa. The SUV White rode in was struck by a car driven by Kristen Lynn Smith 28, of Tulsa. Smith and her passenger Blade Xaviar, 8, of Tulsa, were not injured, the patrol reports.

White was a passenger in an SUV driven east by Maria Eleina Ramirez, 33, of Tulsa. Ramirez was taken to a Tulsa hospital in critical condition.

White was dead at the scene of head injuries.

Ramirez and Smith were driving east when Smith failed to stay in her lane and struck the SUV driven by Ramirez.

Passengers in the SUV driven by Ramirez were Feleberto Ramirez-Gaytan, 65, of Tulsa, in critical condition at a Tulsa hospital; Jessica Davila Ramirez, 15, critical condition at a Tulsa hospital; Guadalupe Davila Ramirez, 3, treated and released from a Tulsa hospital; Jennifer Davila Ramirez, 7, of Tulsa, treated and released from a Tulsa hospital;

Marie White was dead at the scene from head injuries, the patrol reports.

The patrol reports that Smith and Xaviar wore seat belts and were not injured. No one in the SUV wore a seat belt, according to the patrol.

Nicholas Hegdale, 21, of Broken Arrow.

Hegdale died at a Tulsa hospital Sunday night after a crash on the Muskogee Turnpike 4 miles east of Muskogee about 5:40 p.m. Sunday.

Hegdale was a passenger in a sport utility vehicle driven by Spencer Fowler, 19, of Stigler, the patrol reports. Fowler was not injured. Passenger Joshua Laney, 19, of Broekn Arrow was not injured.

The SUV driven by Fowler had a tire blowout.

Fowler and Laney wore seat belts. Hegdale did not wear a seat belt. has disabled the comments for this article.


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