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UPDATE: Authorities are releasing more information about a wreck that claimed the life of an Oklahoma teenager.

Officials say 18-year-old Logan Rosado-Santoni died in the accident that blocked off Sooner Rd. on Friday afternoon.

According to the accident report, Rosado- Santoni’s vehicle drifted across the center line into southbound traffic.

A car swerved out of the way and was grazed by Rosado- Santoni’s vehicle.

His car then hit a truck, ripping out the truck’s transmission, before hitting another vehicle.

That blow forced Rosado- Santoni’s vehicle to become airborne.

His car then struck another car while in the air.

It came to rest upside down in a ditch off the west side of Sooner Rd.

Officers say Santoni did not appear to have been wearing a seatbelt.

He died at the scene.

OKLAHOMA CITY – If you are heading home, there is one area you may want to avoid.

Emergency crews were called to Sooner Rd. and S.E. 134th St. after learning about a multi-car accident.

Several cars are involved in the crash and both directions of Sooner Rd. have been shut down, between S.E. 134th St. and S.E. 149th St.

Authorities say you should avoid the area and find an alternate route.

Drivers are being rerouted to Sunnylane.

At this time, we know one person has died as a result of the crash.

Two other people have been transported to a nearby hospital.

No word on the extent of their injuries at this time.