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The Shawnee News-Star
  • Seminole County: One fatality, two hospitalized after Friday wreck

  • A Seminole County wreck resulted in the death of a Seminole woman and two others were taken to the hospital, according to an Oklahoma Highway Patrol report investigated by Trooper Tony Lemay and assisted by Lt. Scott Aldridge, Seminole County Sheriff’s Department and Wewoka EMS.
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  • A Seminole County wreck resulted in the death of a Seminole woman and two others were taken to the hospital, according to an Oklahoma Highway Patrol report investigated by Trooper Tony Lemay and assisted by Lt. Scott Aldridge, Seminole County Sheriff’s Department and Wewoka EMS.
    According to the report, Maranda Schoonover, 20, died at the scene due to massive injuries. She was driving with a male passenger, Cashe Beaty, 23 of Seminole, who was transported to the hospital, treated and released with head, trunk internal, arm and leg injuries, according to the report.
    Another passenger, one-month-old Natayla Beaty, was transported to the hospital then taken by medi flight to OU Children’s Hospital where she is listed in stable condition with head injuries, according to the report.
    According to the report, the wreck occurred Friday on State Highway 59 at County Road NS362.2 in Seminole County.
    Lemay wrote in the report the vehicle driven by Schoonover was northbound on county road at which point she attempted a left turn onto SH59 to go westbound.
    Schoonover failed to yield from a stop sign and was struck by a second vehicle, driven by Olen McCalip, 63 of Lexington, who was not injured, at which point both vehicles departed the roadway to the north, according to the report.
    According to the report, seatbelts were in use by Schoonover and McCalip and a child restraint was in use and airbags deployed in Schoonover’s vehicle.
     
     

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