A Sasakwa man was killed Thursday afternoon in a Seminole County crash.


A Sasakwa man was killed Thursday afternoon in a Seminole County crash.
The Oklahoma Highway Patrol said the accident occurred about 2:33 p.m. on County Road NS 364, about two miles south of Sasakwa.
Jeremy D. Lena, 21, died at the scene from massive injuries, the OHP reported.
He was driving a 1997 Mitsubishi southbound on the county road when the vehicle ran off the roadway, went into a broadslide and struck an embankment, the report shows.
From there, the vehicle overturned three times before it struck a tree and rolled one-half time, landing on its top.
Lena, along with passenger Shane Thomas, 19, Sasakwa, were both ejected, the patrol said.
Thomas refused medical treatment at the scene.
Cause of the collision was listed as being alcohol-related, with driver’s condition listed as drinking/ability impaired, the report shows.
Seat belts were not in use, the OHP said.
Trooper Scott Aldridge of the Seminole County detachment investigated the crash.