9-year-old Sallisaw boy among those killed in Sunday accident


Tuesday, May 31, 2022 - The Oklahoma Highway Patrol (OHP) has confirmed that two people were killed in a four vehicle accident that occurred Sunday on Interstate 40 between the westbound Muldrow exit and on ramps.


Kymbirlee Mogelberg, 46, of Riverbank, California and a 9-year-old boy from Sallisaw were both pronounced dead at the scene.


According to the OHP report several others were also injured in the crash.


Ruben Guerraa-Quezade, 32, of Philadelphia, Penn. was driving a 2018 tractor-trailer and was transported by Pafford EMS to Baptist Health Hospital in Fort Smith. He was treated and released with trunk internal injuries.


Judy Sexton, 65, of Sallisaw was driving a 2020 Dodge Challenger. She was transported by MediFlight to Washington Regional Hospital in Fayetteville, Ark. She was admitted in critical condition with head, trunk internal, trunk external, arm and leg injuries.


Both of the deceased individuals were passengers in Sexton's vehicle and were wearing seatbelts.


A third vehicle involved in the crash was a 2021 Ford Expedition driven by William Bocox, 60, of Perry, Okla. Bocox and three passengers in his vehicle were uninjured.


The fourth vehicle was a 2019 Dodge Ram driven by James Barnard, 61, of Ark City, Kan. He was transported by Pafford EMS to Baptist Health Hospital in Fort Smith. He was admitted in good condition with head and leg injuries.


The cause of the accident is still under investigation, according to the OHP.


Assisting the OHP at the scene were Pafford EMS, Muldrow Police Dept., Muldrow Fire Dept., Sequoyah County Sheriff's Office, and MediFlight.



KXMX News Staff


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