News release
  (Stillwater, Okla.) — On Wednesday at 9:20 pm, Stillwater police, fire, and LifeNet EMS responded to an injury accident at 32nd and Washington, according to a police news release.
    Initial reports from witnesses indicated that a vehicle was on fire and at least one person did not have a pulse, Stillwater Police Captain Kyle Gibbs said.
    Upon arrival of emergency personnel, one of the two involved vehicles, a Ford F150 pickup, was fully engulfed in flames and there were several injured individuals, the news release said.
    Witnesses were able to pull the two occupants of the burning vehicle to safety.
    An occupant of the other involved vehicle, Lariat Larner, 24, of Stillwater, was pronounced dead at the scene, the news release said.
    Three injured persons were transported from the scene by LifeNet, the news release said.
    Preliminary investigation determined that a white Ford F350 pickup with five occupants driven by Katelyn Moore had been northbound on Washington Street when it collided with a gray Ford F150 pickup traveling westbound on 32nd Ave, the news release said.
    The F150 pickup was driven by Craig Braga and had one passenger, the news release said.
    This collision is still under investigation, Cpt. Kibbs said today.