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Wrecks on Oklahoma roads kill two

FROM STAFF REPORTS Modified: October 30, 2012 at 10:21 pm •  Published: October 30, 2012


Wrecks on Oklahoma roads kill two

Two people died in crashes on state roads Tuesday, the Oklahoma Highway Patrol reported.

Robin Webb, 51, Claremore

Webb was a passenger in a car driven by Ashley Budde, of Claremore. Budde's car was hit by a pickup that failed to stop at a stop sign at an intersection on State Highway 66 about 4 miles north of Claremore in Rogers County, troopers said. The pickup driver, Joel Reimer, 18, of Claremore, was taken to an Owasso hospital, where he was treated and released with minor injuries. The other two passengers in the car and Budde were taken to a Tulsa hospital where they were treated. Budde and passenger Russell Howard, 4, of Claremore, were admitted. Passenger Maci Howard, 1, of Claremore, was treated and released. Seat belts were in use in the car, but not in the pickup, the patrol said.

Deborah Feeback, 48, Delaware

Feeback fell asleep at the wheel about 12:05 p.m. and died in a rollover wreck about seven miles west of Nowata, troopers said. Feeback was driving on U.S. 60 when she fell asleep, her passenger told troopers. The car went out of control and rolled, landing on its top. Feeback's passenger, John McCutcheon, 73, of Delaware, was treated for a head injury, troopers said. Both were wearing seat belts.

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