19 -year-old man killed in crash with John Deere

Posted on Friday, March 11th, 2022 at 6:40 am    

ENID, OK – A young man was killed after a collision on OK-51 Thursday reports KFOR.

19-year-old Caden Clark, of Enid, was traveling west on OK-51 near County Road N 2900 and passed several vehicles on the left.

An operator of a John Deere was also headed west on the same road when Clark crashed into its rear as they were attempting a left turn.

Clark was pinned in his vehicle following the crash. Emergency crews freed him with the jaws of life and pronounced him dead at the scene.

The person driving the John Deere was not injured. The incident remains under investigation.

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