A five-year-old Snyder girl died in a Monday accident on Cache Road, .745 miles west of Big Bow Road in Comanche County.
According to reports, Hannah Lee Igo, 28, of Snyder, was driving a 2002 Ford F150 at about 3:50 p.m. when she left the road to the right, for an unknown reason, and hit an electrical pole. The vehicle then rolled an undetermined amount of times.
Igo was taken to Comanche County Memorial Hospital by Kirks EMS where she was treated and released.
A 15-year-old passenger was not injured, a 10-year-old passenger was taken to OU Medical Center by Native Air where she was admitted with trunk internal injuries and was listed in critical condition. The five-year-old passenger was ejected from the vehicle and was expired at the scene due to injuries sustained in the collision.
There were two other passengers, a four-year-old and an eight-year-old who were not injured.
Seat belts and airbags were equipped. Airbags deployed in the front seat.
The accident was investigated by Trooper John Toombs and was assisted by Lt. Joe Williams, Trooper Tyrone Dixon, Trooper Jason Riddle, Trooper Chantz Jackson, the Comanche County Sheriff’s Office, the Cache Police Department, Native Air, Kirks EMS, Indiahoma Fire Department, Cache Fire Department, Comanche County Emergency Management and Cotton Electric.