Please ensure Javascript is enabled for purposes ofwebsite accessibilityCollinsville reserve officer, another man killed in Ottawa County crash | KTUL
Close Alert

Collinsville reserve officer, another man killed in Ottawa County crash


Douglas "Chad" Goodner of Skiatook was pronounced dead at the scene due to massive injuries. (Photo: Collinsville Police Department){p}{/p}
Douglas "Chad" Goodner of Skiatook was pronounced dead at the scene due to massive injuries. (Photo: Collinsville Police Department)

Facebook Share IconTwitter Share IconEmail Share Icon

Two men are dead after a crash in Ottawa County yesterday involving a tractor.

Troopers say the crash was reported around 11:30 a.m. Monday on 220 Road at 500 Road near Afton.

Douglas "Chad" Goodner, 48, of Skiatook, and William McWhirt, 59, of Sand Springs, were pronounced dead at the scene due to massive injuries.

According to the Oklahoma Highway Patrol, another passenger in the vehicle, a Ford Explorer, with Goodner and McWhirt was taken to the hospital and is expected to be OK.

The driver of the GVM Prowler was not injured.

Collinsville Police Chief Matt Burke said Goodner was part of the department. He worked as an officer from 2002 to 2010, before resigning and deploying to Afghanistan.

After receiving his masters degree to become a therapist, Goodner returned to the police department as a reserve officer in 2019.

The cause of the crash and what happened is still under investigation.

Loading ...