Two Oklahoma City girls in broken down van killed Friday

Two Oklahoma City girls killed in a wreck Friday were students at Classen School of Advanced Studies. A third student was injured when the van — being pushed by others to get it off the roadway — was struck by another vehicle.
BY ROBERT MEDLEY and ADAM KEMP Modified: March 1, 2013 at 8:04 pm •  Published: March 1, 2013

A vehicle driven by Michael Andrew Reed, 29, of Perkins, struck the van, according to the report. Reed was taken to a Stillwater hospital, where he was treated for an arm injury and released.

Brown and Gabrielson were pinned in the van for two hours before being freed by Stillwater firefighters, the patrol reported. No one wore a seat belt in the van, but Reed was wearing a seat belt, the patrol reported.

Three people were pushing the van. Bobby Knifehawk Johnson, 30, of Pawnee, was treated for a leg injury at a Stillwater hospital and released. Jonas Pena, 16, of Oklahoma City, was not injured. Peter M. Martinez, 17, of Oklahoma City, was treated for external trunk injuries and released.

The accident remains under investigation. has disabled the comments for this article.

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