Bartlesville collision results in fatality, 3 hospitalized

BARTLESVILLE, Okla. - A collision Friday between two pick-up trucks on a county road two miles south of Bartlesville killed one Bartlesville woman and hospitalized three others.

Fifty-nine-year-old Phylis Jackson died at Jane Phillips Medical Center two hours after Oglesby Fire Department freed her from her 2001 Chevrolet pickup. She had been pinned for more than 20 minutes.

According to the Oklahoma Highway Patrol officer who worked the scene, she died with internal trunk and arm injuries.

The trooper said the accident happened at around 8:51 a.m. when Jackson was driving her vehicle southbound on a county road. The other vehicle, also a Chevy pickup truck but driven by 24-year-old Jessica Brunelle of Ramona, was westbound on County Road 2400.

The two vehicles collided when the southbound pickup truck did not stop at the stop sign and struck the westbound vehicle broadside.

Brunelle was transported by ambulance to Jane Phillips Medical Center where she has since been treated and released. Also transported were 6-year-old Destiny Jones and 4-year-old Kalli Hamilton.

The two have since been treated and released with a head and arm injuries, respectively.

Troopers are still investigating the accident.

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