FORT SUPPLY, Okla. (AP) -- The Oklahoma Highway Patrol says three people were killed, including a baby, in a head-on collision in Woodward County.
The highway patrol says the collision happened Thursday night on U.S. 183 south of Fort Supply. According to a preliminary report, a car driven by 26-year-old Billy Jade Lowry crossed the center line of the highway and struck a truck driven by 60-year-old Don Witman of Vici.
Authorities say Lowry was pronounced dead at the scene along with his passengers, 22-year-old Katie Leann Peeples and 6-month-old Aries Jade Lowry. All three were from Woodward.
Witman was taken to an Enid hospital with head and leg injuries and is in stable condition.
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