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UPDATE: One person died and another was critically injured in a three-vehicle crash that involved a semi-truck in Logan County.

Gayle Lynn Lanoy, 45, of Piedmont, Okla., was pronounced dead at the University of Oklahoma Medical Center in Oklahoma City. She was initially taken to Mercy Medical Center in Guthrie, but was later flown to the OKC hospital. She died from head, arm, leg and internal and external torso injuries, according to Oklahoma Highway Patrol officials.

Lanoy was driving a 2021 Toyota 4Runner west on Oklahoma 33, three miles west of Guthrie. A 2019 Kenworth semi-truck was also heading west. She stopped to make a legal southbound turn onto Pennsylvania. Her vehicle was struck by the semi-truck, which then continued into the eastbound lane and was hit by an eastbound 2017 GMC pickup, OHP officials said.

The 45 year old woman was ejected 30 feet.

The driver of the GMC, a 39-year-old Edmond man, was pinned for approximately 30 minutes before being freed by Guthrie firefighters. He was flown to OU Medical Center. He is in critical condition with head, arm, leg and internal and external torso injuries.

The cause of the crash remains under investigation.

Original Story

GUTHRIE, Okla. (KFOR) – Two drivers were severely injured in a crash near Guthrie on Friday.

On Friday morning, emergency crews were called to a crash along Hwy 33, near Pennsylvania, in Guthrie.

Once first responders arrived at the scene, they realized a semi-truck, a pickup, and an SUV were all involved in the accident.

At least one of the vehicles caught fire.

Fire officials tell KFOR that one driver was flown to OU Health, and another driver was rushed to a nearby hospital and then taken to Oklahoma City for treatment.

The semi-truck driver suffered a minor foot injury in the crash.

“This stretch of 33, for whatever reason, even though it’s a wide open roadway, we run a lot of serious crashes out here every year. This intersection has had a couple fatalities just the last five years,” said Guthrie Fire Chief Eric Harlow.

So far, the crash remains under investigation.