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Woman Loses Husband, Brother In SW OKC Car Crash

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On Sunday, Misty Davis and her family returned to the crash scene, where there were still bits and pieces of the wreckage in the median. On Sunday, Misty Davis and her family returned to the crash scene, where there were still bits and pieces of the wreckage in the median.
Police said they're still investigating what happened three days ago. But the damage was so severe, officers on scene Thursday night said they couldn't even tell what kind of vehicles were involved. Police said they're still investigating what happened three days ago. But the damage was so severe, officers on scene Thursday night said they couldn't even tell what kind of vehicles were involved.
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A Blanchard woman lost two family members in a crash in Oklahoma City on Thursday.

Police told News 9 they died in a crash on northbound I-44 near 119th Street that night. Authorities have not yet released the names of victims. But they confirmed the two males that died were Misty Davis's brother and her husband.

On Sunday, Davis and her family returned to the crash scene, where there were still bits and pieces of the wreckage in the median.

Davis said she came back to collect what she could. She wanted anything to remind her of family members.

“It's just … it's bad right now,” Davis said. 

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Police said they're still investigating what happened three days ago. But the damage was so severe, officers on scene Thursday night said they couldn't even tell what kind of vehicles were involved.

“It was definitely some sort of a pretty big collision,” said Officer Jeff Dutton with the Oklahoma City Police Department.

That collision, Davis found out, killed her brother and her husband.

“It's been crazy. I don't know, I'm just kind of lost right now,” she said.

Davis said her brother died at the scene and her husband at the hospital, shortly after. She told News 9 they were both outgoing people who loved their families. They'd been best friends for years.

“Me and my husband was [sic] together for 18 years. They had been best friends before that,” she said.

Her husband and brother were both in their 30's and they both had children, Davis said. 

A GoFundMe account was set up to help this family with funeral expenses.

Two others were hurt in the crash, at least one of them was listed in critical condition.

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