Oklahoma City Woman Killed in Collision With Train Identified
Staff and Wire Reports
OKLAHOMA CITY - A woman died Wednesday morning after colliding with a train in south Oklahoma City.
Police Sgt. Jennifer Wardlow identified the woman as 28-year-old Joanna Brown of Oklahoma City. Brown went through barricades at a dead-end near S.E. 89th Street and Pole Road. The car jumped a set of railroad tracks and hit a parked train around 2 a.m.
Oklahoma City Police Sgt. Jennifer Wardlow said sometime later, a northbound train slammed into Brown's vehicle, pinning it between the two trains. Police were called to the scene after the second train hit the her vehicle.
Wardlow said police are unsure if Brown was killed in the first crash or the second, but she died at the scene.