The Oklahoma Highway Patrol has released details of a fatality collision that took place on June 26.
The incident occurred in Marshall County at approximately 8:20 p.m. northwest of Madill on State Highway 1 and US Highway 177.
The collision involved two vehicles, a 2013 Toyota Scion driven by Everett Hollis, 82, of Sulphur, and a 2009 Ford Mustang driven by Kristen Hoedebech, 21, of Madill. According to the OHP report, Hollis was westbound on SH1 and pulled onto US177, where his vehicle was struck by the Mustang driven by Hoedebech.
Hollis and his passenger, 76-year old Nellie McArthick of Tishomingo, were transported from the scene by Marshall County EMS to Mercy Hospital in Ardmore. McArthick  was treated and released. Hollis was transferred by Air-Evac to OU Medical Center in Oklahoma City where he expired on Monday, July 9, due to his injuries.
Hoedebech was transported by a personal vehicle to Mercy in Ardmore and was also treated and released there.
Trooper Heath Davidson of the Johnston/Murray County Detachment of Troop F investigated the collision with the assistance of the Marshall County Sheriff’s office and the Madill Fire Department. According to Davidson’s report, both drivers were apparently in normal condition with seat belts in use by Hollis and McArthick. Davidson’s report lists the cause of the collision as failure to yield from a stop sign.