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Two die in Tuesday wrecks

Tristan B. Stauffer, 29, of Bixby, and Dallas R. Corbin, 41, of Weatherford, were killed in wrecks on state roads, according to the Oklahoma Highway Patrol.
FROM STAFF REPORTS Modified: October 23, 2012 at 8:07 pm •  Published: October 23, 2012

Two men were killed in wrecks on state roads Tuesday, according to the Oklahoma Highway Patrol.

Tristan B. Stauffer, 29, of Bixby

Stauffer died Tuesday morning after three vehicles swerved into each other on U.S. Highway 169 in Tulsa County, the patrol reported.

Stauffer, 29, died at the scene from massive injuries. He was a passenger of a vehicle that hit a pickup when the pickup swerved left into the middle lane to avoid road debris about 7 a.m. Tuesday, troopers said.

A third vehicle, a sport utility vehicle driven by Jenny L. Harrison, 33, of Broken Arrow, then struck the vehicle Stauffer was in. Harrison, who had minor injuries, refused treatment at the scene, troopers said.

Brenda K. Buntin, 48, of Owasso, was driving the pickup that swerved into the middle lane. She was taken to a Tulsa area hospital with leg injuries, patrol reported.

Kimberly M. Stauffer, 28, of Bixby, was the driver of the vehicle that Tristan Stauffer was in. Kimberly Stauffer was taken to a Tulsa area hospital with head and arm injuries, patrol reported.

Everyone involved in the accident was wearing a seat belt, patrol reported.

Dallas R. Corbin, 41, of Weatherford

Corbin was driving a pickup north on a Washita County road southwest of Rocky when it went out of control and rolled, according to a patrol report.

Corbin died at the scene, but it is not known when on Tuesday the wreck happened, the patrol said. He was not wearing a seat belt. has disabled the comments for this article.


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