At least one person was killed in a multiple-vehicle collision on US 64 south of Muskogee just now, according to emergency officials.
Two people were flown to Tulsa hospitals and at least one more was transported by ambulance to a Muskogee hospital.
There is no word on whether more were injured or killed, nor what might have caused the collision. Officials have also not yet said how many vehicles were involved.
UPDATE: Four people were injured, one is dead.
UPDATE: The Oklahoma Highway Patrol has now released the names of the victims, which means their families have been notified. Bill Morris, 84, of Fort Gibson was killed after a medical condition caused the 2008 Ram 2500 he was driving to swerve into oncoming traffic, the patrol stated. The so far-unidentified driver of a 2011 Cadillac SUV was taken by Muskogee County EMS to Saint Francis Hospital, where they were admitted in fair condition with head and internal injuries.
The driver and passenger in a 2011 Hyundai Sonata were both flown to Tulsa, where they were admitted in serious condition with head, internal and external injuries.
It is not known which victims were wearing seatbelts. Morris was ejected from his pickup.