Crash on SH-33 claims a life; another seriously injured

There remains more questions than answers surrounding a fatality accident that took place Saturday evening on State Highway 33.

Guthrie EMS, Logan County Sheriff’s Office, Heartland Medical, Langston Fire, Langston Police, and the Oklahoma Highway Patrol responded to the two-vehicle crash just east of Country Road 76 at 5:25 p.m.

OHP is reporting the cause of the collision and how the crash happened as “under investigation.”

OHP reportedly told various media outlets that the crash was due to a wrong-way incident.

A 2017 Cadillac XT5 was driven by 58-year-old Tyler Lyn Haley of Oklahoma City. She was transported to OU Medical Center by Medi Flight and admitted in serious condition for trunk internal and leg injuries.

The second vehicle was a 2022 Chrysler Pacifica driven by 73-year-old Sharon Maloy of Oklahoma City. She was pronounced deceased at the scene and transported to the Medical Examiner’s Office.

The impact, in the eastbound lanes, caused the Chrysler to catch fire. According to one witness, a young man had pulled Haley from the burning vehicle.

The roadway was closed for several hours as crews worked the scene.


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