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Authorities Identify Inmates Killed, Injured In Cushing Prisoner Clash

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From left: Anthony Fulwilder, Michael Mayden, Kyle Tiffee, and Christopher Tignor. From left: Anthony Fulwilder, Michael Mayden, Kyle Tiffee, and Christopher Tignor.
From left: Jared Cruce, Cordell Johnson, Jesse Hood From left: Jared Cruce, Cordell Johnson, Jesse Hood
CUSHING, Oklahoma -

Authorities have identified the inmates who were killed and injured in a fight Saturday afternoon inside Cimarron Correctional Facility In Cushing, Oklahoma.

According to the Oklahoma Department of Corrections, the altercation lasted less than two minutes. Staff and correctional officers worked for about 38 minutes to secure the housing area. The facility remains on lockdown during the ongoing investigation being conducted by the Corrections Corporation of America (CCA), the Oklahoma Department of Corrections and the Office of the Inspector General.

9/13/2015 Related Story: Loved One Of Inmate Who Died In Cushing Prisoner Clash Speaks Out

Four inmates, 31-year-old Anthony Fulwider, 26-year-old Michael Mayden, 23-year-old Kyle Tiffee and 29-year-old Christopher Tignor, died. Three other inmates, 34-year-old Jared Cruce, 24-year-old Cordell Johnson and 31-year-old Jesse Hood, remain hospitalized. They are all in stable condition.

Another unidentified inmate was treated at the hospital and taken back to the facility.

9/13/15 Related Story: Fourth Inmate Dies After Prisoner Clash At Cimarron Correctional Facility

The Cimarron Correctional Facility is a 1,720-bed facility, owned and operated by the CCA. The facility houses medium and maximum security male offenders for the Oklahoma Department of Corrections.

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