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Ottawa County crash victims identified

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Updated November 26, 2012 at 12:50 PM CST:  A fatal crash in northeast Oklahoma takes the live of four people, including two from the Four States.

The accident happened two miles east of Wyandotte on Highway 60.  Officials with the Oklahoma Highway Patrol say they responded to the accident a little before 4:30 p.m. on Sunday.

When our crews arrived at the scene two cars were being hauled away and glass was scattered across the highway.

The victims have been identified as Willis George, 39 of Carthage; Drake Cobb, 14 of Garland, Texas; Syrrena Sanderson, 13, also of Garland; and, Samantha Delamatter, 19 of Fairland, Oklahoma.

Two others were also injured in the accident.

Posted November 25, 2012 at  8:31 PM CST:  The Oklahoma Highway Patrol confirms four people are dead because of a car accident in Ottawa County.

It happened around 4:20 PM Sunday afternoon on Highway 60 two miles east of Wyandotte.

Police say they are still notifying the next family members

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