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Bryan County, OK (July 14, 2019) – Oklahoma Highway Patrol was dispatched to the scene of a fatal crash that occurred around 5:00 p.m. on Saturday, July 13th. The crash involved three vehicles along U.S. 70 and happened just west of Durant.

According to police, a 2000 Volvo collided with a 2017 Chevrolet while traveling east along the aforenamed road. The impact of the crash forced the Chevrolet into the opposite lane, where it subsequently crashed into a 1980 Ford.

Randy Kinyon, 47, of Henderson, Texas, and Shelley Lynn Mayo, 46, of Caddo, were passengers in separate vehicles and both died in the collision. Authorities stated that four others were hurt in the crash and transported to nearby hospitals. Two of the four have been released.

Officials have reported that the initial crash was caused on purpose by the 52-year-old male driver of the Volvo. The driver is believed to have been intoxicated and fled the scene uninjured. The suspect has not been charged at this time.

We would like to offer our deepest condolences to the families of both Randy Kinyon and Shelley Lynn Mayo at this time. We pray for the injured victims in hopes of a full recovery.

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Bryan County, OK – Two Killed & Four Injured In Three-Vehicle Collision

Tragically, a large number of car accidents in Oklahoma are caused by reckless or blatantly criminal drivers each and every year. Many of these accidents, which are frequently avoidable, result in fatalities, catastrophic injuries, or both as they are often caused by factors such as speeding, impairment, drowsiness, and mechanical failure. As either a victim or a bereaved family, it is important to understand that you may have the right to be compensated for your unjust suffering.

If you have been injured or lost a loved one in a car accident on Oklahoma roads, our accident attorneys at McIntyre Law are here with a steadfast passion to assist you along the path toward obtaining the compensation you rightfully deserve. We realize that there is nothing more traumatic than the sudden loss of a loved one, and we are ready with over 84 years of experience to fight on your behalf. Please don’t hesitate to contact us today at (405) 917-5250 for more information.

Note: While writing these posts, we utilize secondary sources who may not have accurately represented the situation or the conditions of those involved. The accidents have not been independently verified by our team and may contain inaccuracies as a result. The photos depicted in these posts are not representative of the actual accident. If you notice any incorrect information included in our content, please inform us as soon as possible and we will correct it.

Disclaimer: At McIntyre Law, P.C., we are active members in our local communities and in those across Oklahoma. While we hope the pain and suffering experienced in these accidents never happen to anyone, these kinds of events are all too common across our state. Our goal is that these posts will raise awareness and prevent future accidents from occurring. The information included within should not be misconstrued as legal advice and you should always consult with a trained legal professional about the specifics of your situation before taking any action.

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McIntyre Law’s Accident News Team is made up of lawyers who understand the legal issues surrounding car, truck, and motorcycle accidents. This level of expertise, coupled with concern for their community, inspires them to keep a close eye on the state of the roadways and accident frequency here in Oklahoma. Understanding where and how accidents happen locally can keep you safe and it can make us better lawyers.

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