DICKSON, OK - Oklahoma Highway Patrol has been asked to help investigate a four vehicle crash that killed a Dickson High School student.
Troopers and Dickson police officers are working together to determine what caused the four cars to collide along State Highway 199.
Chief John Ruiz said the investigation may take some time but initial reports said speed may have been a factor.
The accident happened Friday around 9:30 after the Dickson High School football game.
Reports said 16-year-old Rayshell Hunter and three friends were leaving the stadium headed west on S.H.199 when their car was hit by an SUV traveling east.
Ruiz said officers are still trying to reconstruct the scene but two other vehicles, one traveling east and one traveling west, were also involved in the collision.
Hunter died at the scene.
Three other teens were airlifted to OU Med Center and said to be recovering.
The people in the other three vehicles were not seriously hurt.
A fund has been set up at Citizen Bank and Trust Company of Ardmore to help pay for Hunter's burial expenses.
The account is under Robbin Hunter, account number 8760778.