The Oklahoma Highway Patrol reports a Holdenville woman died late Monday night in a Seminole County crash.
The accident occurred about 10:06 p.m. on Interstate 40 at mile marker 207, approximately 2.4 miles north and 5 miles west of Cromwell in Seminole County.
Dorris Steele, 63, Holdenville, was pronounced dead at the scene of that crash, the OHP said.
Steele was driving a 2003 Jeep Liberty, the OHP said, and the SUV was stopped in the roadway across both lanes of traffic.
A 2009 Ford Focus driven by Teresa Leach, 47, Tulsa, struck the Jeep on the driver side, then a 2003 Dodge pickup driven by James Akin, 72, Moore, struck the vehicle on the driver side, ejecting the the driver of the Jeep about 82 feet, the patrol said.
Leach was transported to Creek Nation Hospital in Okemah by Creek Nation EMS, where she was treated and released for unspecified injuries. Akin refused treatment at scene.
Cause of collision was listed as vehicle stopped in the roadway; Steele's condition at the time of the crash is under investigation, the OHP said.
Seat belts were in use by all except Steele.