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January 15, 2014

Individuals in wreck identified

NORMAN — The names of the persons involved in an automobile wreck Friday have been released.

The driver of the involved 2009 Honda Fit has been identified as Ryan Pack, 31, of Yukon. As of Monday, Pack remained hospitalized in serious condition.

The driver of the involved 2008 Dodge Charger has been identified as Will Overlander, 22, of Norman. A single passenger of the Dodge Charger has been identified as Rashae Dangelmayr, 21, of Norman.

Overlander and Dangelmayr were treated at the scene for injuries sustained in the collision.

On Friday, at about 6:40 p.m., the Norman Police Department, the Norman Fire Department and EMSStat personnel responded to a two car head-on collision in the 3600 block of North Flood Avenue.

According to the driver of the Dodge Charger, he was traveling northbound on Flood when his vehicle was struck by a Honda FIT, which was southbound on Flood, attempting to make a left turn.

The collision is under investigation by the Norman Police Department’s/OUPD Collision Investigation Reconstruction Team.

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