An Ada man was killed and three other people were injured in a one-vehicle wreck Wednesday south of Roff. 

The wreck occurred four miles south of Roff in Murray County at 8:07 p.m. Johnathan Hotema, 27, Ada, died at the scene from massive injuries.

Oklahoma Highway Patrol Trooper Danny Long said 19-year-old Hannah Harjo, Ada, was driving a 2005 Nissan Altima north on state Highway 1 when she ran off the road to the right and hit a utility pole.

The vehicle then rolled two times, Long said. Harjo, Hotema and another passenger, 38-year-old Mark Alexander, Ada, were thrown from the vehicle. A third passenger, 43-year-old George Edwin Baken, Tishomingo, was pinned in the wreckage before being freed by firefighters.

Harjo and Alexander were taken by Murray County EMS to Arbuckle Memorial Hospital in Sulphur and admitted with head and trunk injuries. Long listed them as stable. Baken was taken by Air Evac to Norman Regional Hospital and admitted in serious condition with head and trunk injuries.

Based on his investigation, Long said seat belts were not in use and listed the cause of the wreck as unsafe speed but said alcohol may have been involved.

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