ADA — Two area men were killed in separate highway accidents Friday, according to the Oklahoma Highway Patrol.

Troopers said 47-year-old Gerry E. Delozier of Ada was driving a 1995 Mercury Sable five miles northwest of the city on State Highway 3W at about 9 a.m. Friday when his vehicle went left of center and collided with a 2004 Kenworth tractor-trailer rig driven by 33-year-old Mark E. Renchen of Newalla. The semi came to rest on its side.

A state medical examiner pronounced Delozier dead at the scene. Renchen was transported by Valley View Emergency Medical Services to Valley View Regional Hospital in Ada, where he was treated for minor injuries and released, the OHP report said.

The patrol was assisted by Pontotoc County Sheriff's deputies, members of the 22nd District Attorney's Task Force, and Ada and Oil Center firefighters.

Renchen wore a seat belt, Delozier did not, troopers said.

Elsewhere, an Allen man was killed in a separate collision, the patrol said.

According to the report, 25-year-old Kevin D. Mosier of Allen drove his pickup left of center at about 5 a.m. Friday approximately two miles east of Atwood on State Highway 1, where he collided with a small car driven by 57-year-old Carrie Cross of McAlester. Both drivers were dead at the scene.

The patrol said a passenger in Mosier's vehicle, 43-year-old Larry Brashier of Allen, was taken to the University of Oklahoma Medical Center in Oklahoma City where he was treated and admitted in good condition.

Also, a Wapanucka man was injured in a one-vehicle crash early Saturday, the patrol said.

The OHP report said 21-year-old William Henry Lee Smith was driving a 1992 four-door Olds east about a mile east of Wapanucka in Johnston County on State Highway 7 at approximately 1 a.m. when he lost control of the vehicle, which ran off the highway and rolled at least three times.

The patrol said Smith was ejected out the passenger-side window. The vehicle came to rest on his legs. Smith was pinned for about an hour before Tishomingo firefighters were able to free him. He was airlifted to Norman Regional Hospital, where he was treated and admitted in good condition with head, leg, arm and trunk injuries, according to the report.

OHP was assisted by Johnston County Sheriff's deputies and Johnston County Emergency Medical Services personnel.

The report said Smith was apparently driving too fast and that alcohol could have been a factor in the accident. Smith was not wearing a seat belt.

And troopers said 47-year-old Patsy McClure of Bokoshe was dead at the scene of an accident Thursday about one mile west of McCurtain on State Highway 31 in Haskell County. She was driving a van that was struck by a pickup driven by 17-year-old Terric Hensley of McCurtain when it crossed the center line and into her lane. Hensley and two passengers in McClure's van were injured.