A Claremore woman has been identified as the victim in a Rogers County auto fatality.
According to the Oklahoma Highway Patrol, Trulie Kay Humphrey expired at the scene of an incident involving two vehicles north of Claremore Monday morning.
According to the report of Oklahoma Highway Patrol Trooper Jared Sharp, shortly before 11 a.m. Monday, Nov. 27, 41-year-old Trulie Kay Humphrey was driving her 2002 Toyota Avalon northbound on NS4150 at Duck Pond Circle, five and a half miles north of Claremore near Oologah.
A second vehicle — a 2011 Dodge Ram, driven by 25-year-old Russell Davis of Claremore — was westbound on Duck Pond Circle at the same time.
Traveling with Davis were two juvenile passengers, a 15-month-old and three-year-old, both female.
Although the collision is still under investigation, following the accident, Humphrey was pronounced dead at the scene by Pafford EMS personnel from her injuries, Sharp reported.
Neither Davis nor his passengers were injured from the accident, and the exact cause of the incident remains under investigation.
OHP Trooper Jared Sharp is of the Troop B Traffic Homicide Team with the Oklahoma Highway Patrol. He was assisted by Trooper Brad DeBell of the Rogers County Detachment of Troop B, Trooper Matt Sullivan, also of the Rogers County Detachment of Troop B.
Troopers were assisted in their investigation by members of the Rogers County Sheriff’s Office, Pafford EMS, and Northwest Rogers County Fire Protection District.