Cass Rains, Staff Writer
Enid News and Eagle
CHEROKEE, Okla. —
Oklahoma Highway Patrol has identified a woman killed in a two-vehicle collision Jan. 21, 2014, on Oklahoma 11 in Alfalfa County.
The patrol said Tina Ann Gorman, 40, of Burns Flat, was driving a 2007 Ford pickup involved in a collision with a 1998 Volvo semi. Gorman, who was pronounced dead at the scene, was pinned for about two and half hours before being freed by Cherokee Fire Department.
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 the semi and Gorman 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 report lists the cause of the collision as “left of center in meeting.” Both drivers were wearing their seat belts.