Oklahoma Highway Patrol (OHP)

LUCIEN, Okla. — A 19-year-old Lucien woman was killed Thursday morning after her vehicle was struck by a train, the Oklahoma Highway Patrol is reporting.

Roxann Renae Hunt was transported from the scene of the 7:47 a.m. collision on Noble Road, 115 feet south of Oklahoma 164, by ambulance to Perry Memorial Hospital, according to an OHP report. She was then transferred to OU Medical Center in Oklahoma City and pronounced dead from head, arm, leg and body injuries.

Hunt was northbound on Champlin Road and failed to stop for an oncoming Burlington Northern Santa Fe freight train with two engines and 85 cars, according to the report. Hunt's 2015 Hyundai Veloster was struck on the passenger side.

Hunt's condition at the time crash is listed as "unknown" in the report and the cause of the collision is listed as "failure to stop/yield." The operator of the train, 65-year-old Sameuel Murray Davis, of Tulsa, was not injured. His passengers, Philip Thomas Wilson, 35; Charles Lee Reed, 48; and Jacob James Long, 25; all of Tulsa, also were not injured.

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