OSU Student Killed In Crash On Way Back From Spring Break Trip
OSU student 20-year-old Kylie Jobe and her boyfriend 22-year-old Kyle Thornburg were killed in a crash while driving back from Colorado on a spring break trip. (Facebook)
A wreath is set outside of the Gamma Phi Beta sorority house in Stillwater in remembrance of Jobe.
Tiffany Stockton, News9.com
WILSON, Kansas -- Three people, including a Oklahoma State University student, were killed in a crash on I-70 just outside of Wilson, Kansas early Wednesday morning.
Kansas Highway Patrol troopers said the collision occurred around 2 a.m.
Troopers said 22-year-old Kyle Thornburg was driving eastbound on the interstate with his passenger, 20-year-old Kylie Jobe, when an oncoming vehicle was driving west in the eastbound lanes and hit them head-on. Both vehicles caught on fire.
Thornburg, Jobe and the driver of the other vehicle, 22-year-old Joseph Pena, were killed in the crash.
Jobe was a sophomore at Oklahoma State University and a member of the Gamma Phi Beta sorority. Thornburg was a student at Kansas State University.
Friends said Thornburg and Jobe had been dating since high school and were on their way back from a spring break trip to Colorado when the crash occurred.
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