• August 31, 2022

Rodney Noe Killed; Donna Noe, One Injured in Crash on US-69 in Wagoner County, OK

Wagoner County, OK — August 30, 2022, Rodney Noe died and two women were injured in an auto accident on U.S. Highway 69 in Wagoner County.

According to reports the incident happened just before 8:00 a.m. on US-69 near West 80th Street North. The cause and circumstances of the accident aren't clear, but 51-year-old Rodney Noe and 72-year-old Donna Noe were passengers in a Ford F-150 that somehow crashed on the highway.

Rodney Noe was rushed to a Muskogee hospital where he died a short time later. Donna Noe received critical injuries and was transported to a Tulsa hospital. The Ford driver, a 47-year-old Kaufman woman, was taken to the same hospital where she was listed as stable.

The investigation continues but conditions were described as clear and dry at the time of the crash.

No further information is currently available.

Rodney Noe Killed; Donna Noe, One Injured in Crash on US-69 in Wagoner County, OK

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