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The Shawnee News-Star
  • Two Shawnee residents killed in Coker Road accident

  • Two Shawnee residents were killed and three high school students suffered serious injuries in a head-on collision Tuesday afternoon on Coker Road, just north of Waco Road.

    Oklahoma Highway Patrol Trooper Justin Miller investigated the crash, which occurred about 12:09 p.m.


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  • Two Shawnee residents were killed and three high school students suffered serious injuries in a head-on collision Tuesday afternoon on Coker Road, just north of Waco Road.
    Oklahoma Highway Patrol Trooper Justin Miller investigated the crash, which occurred about 12:09 p.m.
    Killed in the accident were Gary Bailey, 59, and Janice Bailey, 58, both of Shawnee, the OHP reported.
    Gary Bailey was driving a 1997 Nissan pickup southbound on Coker Road when his vehicle was hit head-on by a northbound 2007 Saturn sedan driven by Nicholas Moles, 17, Shawnee, the OHP said.
    Trooper Miller said Moles’ vehicle crossed the center line and collided head-on with Bailey’s pickup.
    Moles was transported by private vehicle to Unity Health Center, where the OHP reported he was treated and released.
    Moles’ two passengers also were injured.
    According to the report, Dakota Davis, 16, Tecumseh, and Tyler Jackson, 17, Tecumseh, were taken to Unity Health Center where they were reportedly treated and released, but it appears both were actually transferred to OU Medical Center in Oklahoma City. Both Davis and Jackson were listed as patients at the hospital Tuesday night. Jackson was listed in fair condition, a nurse supervisor said, and Davis was there, but had not been admitted, she said.
    All three teenagers are reported to be students at Tecumseh High School.
    The patrol said seat belts were in use by occupants of the Saturn sedan, but were not in use in the Nissan pickup.
    Trooper Miller was assisted at the scene by Lt. Kera Philippi.
    Shawnee and Bethel Acres firefighters responded to provide extrication while Pottawatomie County sheriff’s deputies provided traffic control as the roadway was blocked.
     

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