Drumright ATV Accident
Two young lives were tragically lost in an ATV accident in Drumright, according to authorities.
On a fateful Saturday evening, at approximately 5:50 p.m., emergency responders rushed to the scene near West 111th Street South in Drumright. The Oklahoma Highway Patrol issued a report the following Sunday, revealing that two individuals were ejected from the vehicle.
The Drumright Police Department sadly confirmed that the victims were two high school girls who lost their lives in this devastating ATV accident.
In this moment of profound sorrow, mere words can scarcely capture the depth of our grief. We stand in mourning alongside family and friends, collectively mourning the loss of this remarkable soul. Our hearts ache, and we extend our sincerest condolences to you during this trying time. Please know that our thoughts and prayers are with you, offering solace in your time of need.
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Drumright, nestled in Creek and Payne counties in the state of Oklahoma, boasts a rich history that traces back to its origins as a thriving oil boom town. Over the years, the population has fluctuated in tandem with the area’s oil production. According to the 2010 census, Drumright was home to 2,907 residents, a number nearly identical to the 2,905 reported in 2000.