A 21-year-old Konawa woman and a 2-year-old girl were killed and four others were injured in a three- vehicle collision Thursday, April 10 at 8:16 a.m. on State Highway 39, about one mile southeast of Konawa in Seminole County.

According to a report from Oklahoma Highway Patrol Trooper Tim Baker, 28-year-old Adam King, of Ellisville, Miss., was traveling northbound on County Road 3520 in a 2019 Freightliner when he failed to stop at a stop sign before entering SH 39. Troopers reported the Freightliner struck a 2011 Hyundai Sonata driven by 21-year-old Mahaley Larney, of Konawa and a 2005 Nissan Altima driven by 40-year-old Donnie Hise II, of Tupelo.

In his report, Baker said King was taken by Mercy EMS to Mercy Hospital in Ada, where he was treated and released and there were no passengers in his car.

However, Baker said Mahaley was taken to OU Medical Center in Oklahoma City with multiple injuries and in stable condition. She had two passengers, 21-year-old Sadie Larney of Konawa and a 2-year-old girl, who were both pronounced dead on the scene, the OHP report shows.

Baker said Hise was also admitted to OU Medical Center for multiple head injuries and was listed in stable condition. His passenger, 44-year-old Joey Sutterfield, of Tupelo, was transported to Mercy Hospital in Ada, where he was treated and released.

In his report, Baker said the condition of all three drivers is under investigation.

Baker said the seat belts were equipped in all vehicles, but were not in use by Mahaley Larney or Sadie Larney, while child restraints were in use for the 2-year-old girl.

The airbags in King's car were not equipped, the airbags were equipped in Mahaley Larney’s car and Hise's car and deployed in both their vehicles, Baker said.

Baker said the weather was clear and dry, the roadway was two way and two lanes, the 2-year-old girl was pinned and Mahaley Larney and Sadie Larney were ejected from their car.