Observe: An earlier variation of this tale did not incorporate that the tractor entered the roadway to travel all-around a culvert. That information and facts has been extra to the story. Also, the two young children who died in the crash are equally male, not a male and woman as beforehand noted.
KINGFISHER COUNTY, Okla. (KFOR) – Two kids and an grownup driver all died from accidents they suffered when their automobile was strike by a semi-truck that swerved to stay clear of hitting a tractor on a highway in Kingfisher County.
Sergio Adrian Lopez Garcia, 33, of Okeene, Okla., and his 11-calendar year-previous male and six-calendar year-aged male passengers died in the crash that transpired at 10:01 p.m. Thursday on Oklahoma Highway 51, 15.4 miles west of Hennessey, according to Oklahoma Freeway Patrol.
OHP officers mentioned a gentleman was driving a tractor east in the south ditch of Freeway 51. The driver of the tractor entered the roadway to journey about a culvert.
A 2015 Peterbilt semi-truck driven by a 58-year-aged Texas person was heading east on Freeway 51 and approached the rear of the tractor.
The semi-truck driver swerved left to stay clear of hitting the tractor and went into the westbound lane the place the 2001 Ford Taurus pushed by Garcia was touring.
Garcia swerved to the correct to stay away from colliding with the semi-truck, but both of those Garcia’s vehicle and the semi-truck went into the north ditch and collided. He and the two little ones died at the scene.
The driver of the semi-truck was not wounded.
The accident is underneath investigation.
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