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Two Adults and Two Children Killed in Ottawa County Collision

On Behalf of | Apr 26, 2021 | Car Accidents In The News |

Two women and two children died in a vehicle collision on Friday, April 23rd. The fatal crash occurred on U.S. 69 near North-South 630 Road, approximately 3 ½ miles north of Quapaw.

According to the Oklahoma Highway Patrol, 30-year-old Charlsee Eberly, of Miami, was driving a 2006 Pontiac Grand Prix and 28-year-old Kaitlyn Kibel, of Quapaw, was driving a 2016 Nissan Rogue when the collision occurred. There were no passengers in Eberly’s vehicle, while Kibel had five passengers, all children.

Tragically, Eberly, Kibel, a seven-year-old girl from Miami, and a 10-year-old boy from Quapaw, all died as a result of their injuries. Our thoughts and prayers are with the family of the victims.

Three other children, including a three-year-old boy from Miami, a seven-year-old boy from Quapaw, and an eight-year-old boy from Miami, all suffered injuries in the crash. They were transported to Freeman Memorial Hospital in Joplin, Missouri, to be treated for head, arm, leg, and internal and external trunk injuries.

The cause of the accident is still under investigation. More information will be provided as it becomes available.

Did you know in 2019 there were 96 fatal and injury collisions in Ottawa County (Miami, Quapaw, Fairland)? Those accidents resulted in 112 people injured and sadly 10 fatalities.

The sudden death of a loved one is an overwhelming experience. When a death is caused by the negligence of someone else, it is devastating. At Swain Law Group we are committed to helping families throughout Oklahoma get the justice and the compensation they deserve.

The law allows personal representatives and family members of the deceased to file wrongful death claims and recover compensation. You can trust our experienced team of personal injury attorneys with the legal procedures while you focus on what’s most important: family. Please contact our office at 405-546-1292 or reach out with a confidential message to discuss your case.