Teenager dies after semi-truck strikes vehicle from behind on I-35 in Kay County, OHP says

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A 14-year-old from North Dakota died after a multivehicle crash Friday afternoon on Interstate 40 in Kay County. According to an Oklahoma Highway Patrol collision report, a 2005 Volvo semi-truck and a 2010 Jeep Wrangler were traveling south in the outside lane of I-35 around 2:35 p.m. when the semi-truck struck the Wrangler from behind. The Wrangler left the road and overturned, causing all three people in the vehicle to be ejected.

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A 14-year-old was pronounced dead at the scene.

Because of the teenager’s age, the Oklahoma Highway Patrol has not released any other information. The two other people in the Wrangler were taken to a hospital in Kansas. One was admitted in critical condition, while the other was listed to be in stable condition, according to the Oklahoma Highway Patrol.

The man driving the semi-truck was not injured. READ THE FULL STORY:Teenager dies after semi-truck strikes vehicle from behind on I-35 in Kay County, OHP says CHECK OUT KOCO:Get the day’s top news, weather and sports from Oklahoma City and around the state.

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