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      Two Valley residents killed in Oklahoma rollover

      A car crash in Oklahoma claimed the lives of two Rio Grande Valley residents as they were traveling through Oklahoma.

      The accident happened around 1:56 this morning in Claremore, Okla. about 28 miles outside of Tulsa.

      Five valley residents were traveling in a 1994 Suburban when a vehicle struck them on the driver TMs side.

      The Suburban veered to the side of the roadway. When they veered to get back on the road, the Suburban rolled over.

      The Suburban then struck a guard rail where it came to rest on its wheels.

      Rodolfo Maganas from Santa Rosa was driving the Suburban through Oklahoma.

      According to his family, they were traveling to work in Wisconsin.

      He sustained internal and head injuries, but he is listed in good condition.

      His wife, Tammy Maganas sustained injuries to her head and legs.

      Tammy Maganas and Rodolfo Maganas are receiving treatment at St. John TMs hospital in Tulsa.

      Passenger Salvador Flores, Jr. from Edcouch also suffered head, internal and external injuries, and he is listed in good condition at St. Francis Hospital in Tulsa.

      Flores TM common law wife, Beatric died from injuries at the scene.

      Flores TM 16-year-old daughter from Edcouch also died at the scene after being ejected 46 feet from the driver TMs side rear door.

      According to Oklahoma Highway Patrol, Beatric Flores and 16-year-old Konnie Flores were not wearing seatbelts during the time of the accident.