Claremore Daily Progress


January 14, 2013

Owasso woman dies in two-car turnpike crash

CLAREMORE — At around 4 p.m. Saturday, a Kia heading westbound on the Will Rogers Turnpike, six miles west of Adair in Mayes County, collided with a Jeep that was disabled in the roadway from a previous accident.

Driver of the Kia was identified as Owasso woman Jeanine Barrett, 62. Barrett’s seatbelt was not in use during time of impact and the airbag was deployed, according to an OHP report.
Driver of the Jeep was identified as Clarksville, Tenn. resident Daniel Hurst, 29. Hurst’s seatbelt was in use, however his airbag had already deployed from a previous accident.
Barrett was transported by MESTA to Mayes County Medical Center in Pryor and died at around 7 p.m. from injuries sustained in the collision. Hurst was taken by MESTA to St. Francis in Tulsa and was admitted for head and other external injuries. 
He is determined to be in good condition, according to report.
Roadways during time of accident were wet from frozen, misting rain.

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