Loved ones are grieving the loss of four people, including two children, who were killed in a crash in Pittsburg County.
Investigators said the car left the road and flipped after hitting a tree Sunday evening.
30-year-old Meghan Ransome and 30-year-old Christopher Carrion died at the scene, as did two kids, 12-year-old Gunner and his 14-year-old best friend.
Brittany Ransome's sister Meghan and Anthony Schoggins's son Gunner were two of five people in the car that wrecked on Highway 31-A near Stuart.
“I can’t even bring the words, they were our babies. That was my baby sister, our only nephew, his own son. They were our light in our darkest days," Brittany said as she embraced Anthony.
Paramedics flew the fifth passenger, 33-year-old Javen Springs, to a Tulsa hospital.
Brittany said they were all close friends.
“My sister was supposed to be our rock. She was the strong one. Meghan, she held everybody up," Brittany said. "Meghan and Gunner brought smiles to anybody’s face that they encountered. Gunner was so full of life, I’m telling you."
Brittany and Anthony are trying to remember Gunner and Meghan like that: strong and full of life. More than anything, they just want to say I love you one last time.
"I just want to hold my sister, I just want to hold my nephew, I just want them to come back," Brittany said.
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