According to the Oklahoma Highway Patrol, Ted Wooldridge, 81, of Mangum ran a stop sign while going northbound on a county road one mile west of Mangum. He was struck by a Dodge pickup being driven eastbound on state Highway 9 by 18-year-old Nicholas Paul McCuiston of Indiahoma.
McCuiston's vehicle was pulling a 16-foot horse trailer.
Wooldridge was pronounced dead at the scene. While McCuiston was not injured, one of the horses in his trailer was killed immediately and another had to be put down, the OHP said.
Neither driver was wearing a seat belt and there were no passengers in either vehicle. No charges have been filed.
Greer County northwest of Mangum.
3:15 p.m. Friday 1 mile west of Mangum on state Highway 9.
2001 Dodge pickup by Nicholas Paul McCuiston. 18 from Indiahoma. pulling a 16-foot horse trailer with two horses in it. Not injured.
2001 Chevrolet pickup by Ted Wooldridge, 81 of Mangum. pronounced dead at scene from massive head injuries. Taken to Greer Funeral Home in Mangum.
Dodge eastbound on Highway 9 and struck Chevy going northbound on county road and chevy failed to stop at stopsign. Seat belts not in use in either vehicle.
One horse dead at scene, other had to be put down.
No charges have been filed in the case.