Northeastern State University, Lakes Country Radio and Tahlequah mourn the loss of 5 NSU Students this past weekend.
The Oklahoma Highway Patrol has reported that five freshmen from NSU were killed after their vehicle plunged off a bridge in Cherokee County and then landed in the Barren Fork Creek. Dead are the driver 18 year old Donovan Caldwell of Muskogee, also killed in the crash Jessica Swartwout 18 of McAlester, Drake Wells 19 of Thackerville, Lily Murphy 18 of Gentry Ark and Rhianna Seely 18 of Salina. The accident took place Sunday night.
From all of us at Payne Radio Group, Lakes Country Radio, Our hearts and prayers go out to the families and fellow students.
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Lakes Country Sports:
Skiatook @ Tahlequah (3-0) at 7pm, Live on Lakes Country 102.1. Hulbert (2-1) @ Foyil tape delayed.
Sequoyah (3-0) @ Lincoln Christian at 7pm, Live on Billy Country 96.3 FM & AM 1350. Westville @ Keys (3-0) tape delayed.
Saturday College Football,
NSU @ Fort Hays State 2pm, Live on Billy Country 96.3 FM & AM 1350.
TCU @ OSU at 12:30pm, Live on Lakes Country 102.1.
The Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series next race is New Hampshire Motor Speedway. Sunday September 23rd at 2:00pm, You can hear the race live on Billy Country 96.3 FM & AM 1350.