Cass Rains, Staff Writer
Enid News and Eagle
CHEROKEE, Okla. —
A person was killed Tuesday afternoon on Oklahoma 11 in Alfalfa County, according to the Oklahoma Highway Patrol.
Information about the driver is being withheld pending identification/notification, according to an OHP report.
According to the patrol, the collision occurred at 3:30 p.m. on Oklahoma 11 at county road 660.
Levi Preston Wilson, 35, of Newalla, was eastbound in a 1998 Volvo semi and a 2007 Ford pickup was westbound, according to the report. Both vehicles were in a construction zone.
Wilson locked up the brakes for an unknown reason, according to the OHP report, exited the road to the right, re-entered the roadway crossing the centerline and striking the Ford.
The driver of the Ford was pinned for about two and a half hours.
Wilson and the driver of the Ford were both wearing their seat belts, according to the report.