One person was killed and another was injured in a car accident that occurred Monday, June 24 around 8 p.m. in Seminole County at County roads NS3665 and EW127.

According to Oklahoma Highway Patrol report released on Thursday, that crash occurred about a mile north of Wewoka.

Natasha Long, 27, Woodward, was driving a 2007 Mercedes eastbound on EW127 at a high rate of speed, the OHP said, with the vehicle departing the roadway to the right and hitting a bridge embankment. The collision caused her passengers, 20-year-old Trayvon Miller, Ada, and 33-year-old Kristen Crawford, Woodward, to be ejected an unknown distance from the vehicle, the OHP said. The vehicle was “sheered in half and caught fire,” the patrol noted.

Miller was pronounced dead on the scene and Crawford was transported by Wewoka Fire & EMS to OU Medical Center in Oklahoma City via air ambulance, where she was admitted in stable condition but with massive injuries, the report shows.

A nurse supervisor at OU Medical Center said Crawford was listed in good condition Monday evening at that hospital.

Long was transported by Wewoka Fire & EMS to Holdenville General Hospital, where she was treated for injuries and released.

Officers are investigating the condition of the driver and the cause of the collision, but the report said seat belts were equipped in use by the driver only.

The weather was clear and dry and the air bags were equipped, the patrol said, but it's unknown if they were deployed in the accident because of the fire.