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Antlers woman dies in car crash

May 3, 2013

Over the weekend an Antlers woman lost her life after being involved in a collision on HWY 271 just 10 miles south of Clayton.

Tori Dunn, a 35 year old white female, was pronounced dead at the scene after the 2000 Chevy Trail Blazer departed the roadway to the left, traveled 135 feet, the driver over-corrected to the right, traveled 129 more feet before the vehicle rolled one complete time. Dunn was ejected form the vehicle approximately 60 feet. She was transported to Mill’s & Coffey Funeral Home in Antlers.

Two other passengers were in Dunn’s vehicle at the time of the collision. A 9 year old female from Antlers and an 8 year old female from Antlers were both transported by private vehicles to Pushmataha County Hospital where they were treated and released.

Both passengers were wearing seat belts at the time of collision, the driver was not.

According to the investigating Trooper, the cause of the collision was driving while intoxicated as there was an odor of alcohol present.

This collision was investigated by OHP Trooper Tommy Allen, #304, of the Pushmataha County Detachment. Allen was assisted by the Pushmataha County Sheriff’s office, Clayton EMS and Clayton Fire Department.

This report is based on the Trooper’s investigation of the collision.

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