Oklahoma Highway Patrol seeking information about deadly crash

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Updated: 11/20/2013 4:37 pm Published: 11/20/2013 4:36 pm

The Oklahoma Highway Patrol is asking for help identifying a vehicle which may have been involved in a deadly crash.

The crash happened at 4:51 PM on November 7, Highway 64 approximately one mile west of Muldrow in Sequoyah County.

A 2003 Ford passenger car traveling eastbound went left of center striking a 2012 Chrysler van which was westbound. One person died as a result of the crash. The OHP has reason to believe a third vehicle may have been involved.

The vehicle in question is described as a red Jeep Wrangler, possibly with a lift kit, and off-road tires with a brush guard across the front bumper. The vehicle of interest was last seen traveling eastbound from the area of the collision.

If you have any information as to the whereabouts of this vehicle, please contact the Oklahoma Highway Patrol, Troop C Muskogee office at 918-683-3256.

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