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May 19, 2014

Chelsea teen killed in weekend accident on SH66

CLAREMORE — A Rogers County teen died in an auto accident on a Rogers County road over the weekend.

According to the report of OHP Trooper Brad Debell, two vehicles — a 1995 Acura Integra and a 1999 Chevrolet Suburban — were northbound on SH66 shortly before 10 a.m. Saturday, May 17.

Both vehicles were on the inside lane, but the Acura — driven by 18-year-old Jacob Davis of Chelsea — was traveling at a “high rate of speed,” and collided into the back of the Suburban, the trooper reported.

Following the collision, the Suburban’s driver and passenger, Stephanie Reed, 40, and Hannah Bywatery, 16, both of Chelsea, were transported by Pafford EMS to Hillcrest Claremore where they were treated for injuries and released.

Davis was pinned in his vehicle for approximately 45 minutes before he was extricated by the Foyil Fire Department, according to the report.

He expired at the scene due to massive injuries.

The official cause of the collision is still under investigation at this time, according to the report.

Trooper Brad Debell is with Troop B of the Rogers County Detachment of the Oklahoma Highway Patrol.


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