2 Oklahoma women die in vehicle crash


LEFLORE COUNTY, Okla. ( KFOR ) – Two women from Wister, Okla., died in a vehicle crash on Wednesday.

Nina Johnson, 77, and her passenger Sandra Gentry, 65, both died in a vehicle crash that occurred shortly before 2 p.m. on U.S. 270 and Maxey Cemetery Lane, four miles west of Wister in LeFlore County, according to Oklahoma Highway Patrol officials.

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Johnson was driving a 2018 Nissan Rogue when she yielded for an emergency vehicle. She attempted to make a southbound turn from the shoulder, but was struck on the driver side door by a 2022 Chevy 3500 pickup, OHP officials said.

Both Johnson and Gentry died at the scene.

The 57-year-old male driver of the pickup was not injured, officials said.

The weather was cloudy at the time of the crash.

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Edward Ruiz

depending on the emergency vehicle location, if it's in front of you ,your supposed to slow down or stop, Going around without guidance is cautionary decision. This one turned out to be fatal.

Mindi Stoner

We drove past and could tell the folks in the car were in bad shape. I'm so sad for these women and their families.


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