Mannford Woman Killed In Logan County Crash, OHP Says
LOGAN COUNTY, Oklahoma - The Oklahoma Highway Patrol says a Mannford resident died in a three vehicle crash Saturday, June 30th in Logan County.
Troopers stated in their report, a 2009 Honda Accord driven by 57-year-old Dana Woodson, who taught 1st grade in Mannford, was struck by a northbound 1998 Mack dump truck on Highway 74. The OHP report says Woodson's car was headed west on a county road, when it crossed the highway through a red light.
The report says the impact from the 2:18 p.m. crash caused Woodson's car to be pushed into a 1984 Peterbilt semi waiting to turn east on that county road about two miles west of Edmond.
The OHP says Woodson, who was pinned in the wreckage, died at the scene.
According to the Mannford Funeral Home, a memorial service will be held Friday, July 6th at 1:30 p.m. at the First United Methodist Church on Greenwood Avenue.
Their post says memorial gifts may be given to Mannford Food For Kids Backpack program at PO Box 1511, Mannford, Oklahoma 74044, in Dana's memory.