Update: Victim of deadly Broken Arrow crash with semi-truck identified

Posted on Friday, August 20th, 2021 at 1:15 pm    

BROKEN ARROW, OK – The name of the woman killed after colliding with a semi-truck Tuesday morning at Elm Place and Greely St has been released by officials, News 9 reports.

Taylor Thesenvitz, 34, was driving on southbound Elm Pl. As she approached the intersection with Greely St, she strayed into the northbound lanes and was struck by a semi-truck. The impact sent Thesenvitz’s sedan into a ditch.

First responders arrived on the scene around 6:10 a.m. They closed down the intersection for several hours to investigate the collision and clean up the wreckage.

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