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OKC Police Identify Off-Duty Officer Killed In Logan County Crash

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Sgt. Steven Elsass, 39, and Amber Brown, 30, died in the one-car crash in Logan County. Sgt. Steven Elsass, 39, and Amber Brown, 30, died in the one-car crash in Logan County.
LOGAN COUNTY, Oklahoma -

Oklahoma City Police have released the names of two people, including an off-duty Oklahoma City police officer, killed early Wednesday morning in a one-car crash.

Sgt. Steven Elsass, 39, and Amber Brown, 30, died in the accident. According to the Logan County Sheriff's Office, Brown was driving north on Western around 2:30 a.m. when she lost control of the car. The vehicle crashed about one mile north of Waterloo road.

Both Brown and Elsass died at the scene. The Oklahoma Highway Patrol was called in to investigate. OHP said excessive speed may have been a factor in the crash.

12/5/2012 Related Story: Off-Duty OKC Police Officer Killed In Logan County Crash

 

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