NEWS: U.S.
 6 teenage scholars killed in Oklahoma in woeful auto crash.

Six teenage girls were killed when the vehi­cle they were in col­lid­ed with a semi-truck in Okla­homa on Tues­day autumn, author­i­ties said.
 
 The dead­ly crash passed about 12.30p.m. in the pas­toral city of Tishomin­go, 45 coun­try miles north of the Texas bor­der, accord­ing to the Okla­homa High­way Patrol.
The indi­vid­u­al­i­ties of the vic­tims or fresh details on the col­li­sion weren’t incon­ti­nent­ly avail­able, accord­ing to the Okla­homa High­way Patrol.
 
The super­vi­sor of the orig­i­nal acad­e­my quar­ter con­ced­ed in a Face­book post that the wreck involved schol­ars from the quarter’s high acad­e­my.
 
 “ Our hearts are bro­ken, and we’re griev­ing with our schol­ars and staff,” Tishomin­go Pub­lic School Super­in­ten­dent Bob­by Wait­man wrote.

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