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Talala Woman Killed In High Speed Rogers County Wreck

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The impact of a high speed crash Monday afternoon tore this car in half. The impact of a high speed crash Monday afternoon tore this car in half.
Troopers say it appears the woman did not slow down for the stop sign. Troopers say it appears the woman did not slow down for the stop sign.
The car went over a driveway into a wooded area. The car went over a driveway into a wooded area.
TULSA, Oklahoma -

A woman is dead following a high speed wreck Monday afternoon in Rogers County. The single-car crash took place just after 3 p.m. on EW 320 Road at NS 4120 Road.

The OKlahoma Highway Patrol said the car, driven by 33-year-old Kimberly Deason, of Talala, was split in half after striking a tree. A man who lives nearby told News On 6 the sound of the crash was so loud he thought it was an explosion.

Troopers say Deason was eastbound on EW 320 when she failed to stop for a stop sign where the road dead ends at NS 4120 Road. The sedan went across a gravel driveway into a wooded area where it struck a tree.

Oklahoma Highway Patrol troopers are investigating whether alcohol may have been a factor in the wreck.

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