Enid woman dies in quadruple fatality accident

Oklahoma Highway Patrol

KINGFISHER, Okla. — A 24-year-old Enid woman was one of four people killed Tuesday night in a two-vehicle accident near Kingfisher.

Sabrina Ann Shrum was pronounced dead at the scene of the accident from massive injuries, according to an Oklahoma Highway Patrol report.

The accident happened at 7:25 p.m. Tuesday on U.S. 81 about 3 miles south of Kingfisher.

Another Enid resident, Mikeal Jantz, 30, was injured and admitted to OU Medical Center in Oklahoma City in critical condition with head, trunk and leg injuries.

Also killed were Kenneth Sanford Marshall, 39, of Chanute, Kan.; Kenneth Marshall, 62, of Oklahoma City; and Adeanna Marshall, 52, of Oklahoma City.

According to the OHP report, Kenneth Sanford Marshall was driving a 2002 Chevrolet Tahoe south on the shoulder of U.S. 81 and hit the trailer of a 2019 Kenworth semi that was parked on the shoulder. The driver and Shrum were pinned for 4.5 hours and were freed by Kingfisher Fire Department.

The driver of the semi, Jess Allen Parsons, 53, of Ringold, was treated at Mercy Hospital in Kingfisher and released.

The conditions of the drivers are under investigation, as is the cause of the accident, according to the report. Parsons was wearing a seat belt, as were Kenneth Sanford Marshall and Shrum.

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