11 and 16-year-old killed in vehicle crash near Broken Bow

Two juvenile girls from Tulsa, ages 11 and 16, died after two vehicles crashed Friday night. (KTUL)

Two juvenile girls, ages 11 and 16, died after two vehicles crashed Friday night.

The Oklahoma Highway Patrol say troopers responded to a reported crash on US-259, about 3 miles north of Broken Bow around 8:30 p.m.

A Toyota van, driven by Philip McCleery, 78, was travelling northbound on US-259 while attempting to make a left turn, when a Chevrolet pickup truck driven by 26-year-old Henry Leibermann, travelling southbound hit the Toyota.

There were seven passengers in the Toyota, two of those passengers were the two juveniles from Tulsa. They were transported and pronounced dead at a hospital.

McCleery and his other passengers were admitted to various hospitals with various injuries. One passenger was treated and released.

Troopers says Leibermann had the "odor of alcohol" on him at the time of the collision.

Leibermann was taken to a hospital and was treated and released.

Troopers say the cause of the collision is still under investigation.

They say all of the passengers in both vehicles were wearing their seat belts.

OHP has not released the names of the juvenile girls.

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