An unidentified driver died in a two-vehicle collision Monday night in Pottawatomie County.

An unidentified driver died in a two-vehicle collision Monday night in Pottawatomie County.

The Oklahoma Highway Patrol reports the 11:41 p.m. collision occurred on I-40, at mile marker 175, and involved a 1999 Chevy Tahoe and a 2007 semi-trailer truck.

The driver of the Tahoe, unidentified until next of kin are notified, was traveling eastbound when it struck the inside guardrail. OHP said the impact forced the Tahoe back onto the roadway, where it came to rest in the outside lane.

OHP reports the semi, driven by Leslie Holz of New Albany, Indiana, was traveling eastbound in the outside lane and struck the Tahoe on the center passenger side.

The Tahoe driver was ejected approximately 132 feet and died on scene, due to massive injuries. The report states the Tahoe’s airbag deployed but the seatbelt was not in use.

Both vehicles came to rest together 210 feet east. According to OHP, Holz was not injured and the semi’s seatbelt was in use.

The report shows the condition of the Tahoe driver, at the time of the collision, is pending investigation, while Holz was “apparently normal.”

Trooper Kyle Winrow investigated the collision. Assisting were Trooper Chris Bunch, Pottawatomie County, McLoud Fire Department and React.