Two die in wrecks on Oklahoma roads

A Ponca City man died Friday morning after his pickup collided with a tractor-trailer in Kay County and a Chouteau woman died after a head-on wreck in Mayes County.
from staff reports Modified: April 26, 2013 at 8:13 pm •  Published: April 26, 2013
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Two people are dead after separate wrecks on Oklahoma roads.

Johnny Ray Rogers, 34, Ponca City

Rogers was pronounced dead about 9:30 a.m. Friday at the scene of the wreck on North Avenue, one mile east of State Highway 156, a mile southwest of Ponca City, troopers said.

Rogers was driving his pickup west when a tractor-trailer driven by Samuel Lynn, 20, of Ponca City, pulled out of a private drive and tried to turn into the eastbound lane.

Rogers' pickup hit the 35-foot tail dump trailer being pulled by the tractor-trailer.

Lynn and a passenger in the tractor-trailer were wearing seat belts and were not injured.

Rogers was not wearing his seat belt and was partially ejected from the pickup, troopers said.

Crystal Scott, 36,

Chouteau

Scott died Friday morning after a wreck four miles west of Locust Grove in Mayes County, troopers said.

Scott was driving her sport utility vehicle west on Scenic 412 when she crossed the centerline about 8:40 a.m. and collided head-on with a pickup driven by William McLendon, 52, of El Dorado, Ark.

McClendon was wearing a seat belt. He was taken to St. John Hospital in Tulsa in good condition. Scott was not wearing a seat belt.

She was declared dead at the scene.


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