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Oklahoma family needs your help after tragic car accident leaves 2 children dead

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LOGAN COUNTY, Okla. - An Oklahoma family needs your help after a tragic car accident in Logan County left two children dead.

Officials with the Oklahoma Highway Patrol say the accident happened Wednesday around 3:30 p.m. on Highway 74 near Seward Road.

OHP says Brian George, 38, was driving northbound on the highway when he left the road for an unknown reason.

George then over-corrected and went into the southbound lanes, striking 48-year-old Lena Shingleton's vehicle.

Deadly crash in Logan County

Deadly crash in Logan County

Three of Shingleton's grandchildren were in the vehicle at the time of the crash.

George was thrown about 75 feet from his vehicle.

Officials say he was not wearing a seat belt.

He died on the way to the hospital, the OHP report states.

Shingleton was pinned for approximately one hour before she was freed by the Crescent Fire Department.

She was transported to an Oklahoma City hospital in critical condition.

One of the children inside her vehicle died in the crash.

That child was Shingleton's 9-year-old grandson, Trent.

Trent's 6-year-old brother, Albie, was transported to a local hospital in critical condition.

Unfortunately, Albie passed away at the hospital the following day.

The Reed family, via

The Reed family, via

The other child who was inside the vehicle was transported to the hospital but is stable, a report from OHP states.

A friend of the family set up a YouCaring page to help the family with funeral and medical expenses.

Deadly crash in Logan County

Deadly crash in Logan County