Two people are dead following a collision early Sunday morning.
24-year-old Bradley Crittenden of Sperry was driving a 2008 Yamaha motorcycle southbound on State Highway 11 at a high rate of speed when he hit the front-seat passenger-side of a 1998 Isuzu Rodeo SUV that was going northbound in the process of turning left onto 76th Street North—according to an OHP Troop B report.
The accident happened Sunday just before 2:00 a.m., at the intersection of 76th Street North and State Highway 11 in Turley.
Crittenden died at the scene due to massive injuries.
57-year-old Chester Jones Jr. of Tulsa, the driver of the Isuzu SUV, was taken by EMSA to Saint John Medical Center and was later released with minor injuries.
Jones' passenger, 55-year-old Peggy Robison of Tulsa, was also taken by EMSA to Saint John Medical Center, where she later died due to massive injuries.
According to the OHP report, Crittenden had not been wearing a helmet.
Both Jones and Robison were reportedly wearing seatbelts, and their airbags reportedly deployed.
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