Caddo County, OK (September 13, 2019) – Grady County Fire Department officials confirm a volunteer firefighter was killed in an off-duty crash near Fort Cobb.
It happened around 1:30 Thursday afternoon.
According to the Grady County Fire Department Facebook page, 21-year-old Acme Firefighter Jeffrey Blaine Alexander of Marlow was killed in the crash.
According to law enforcement, a semi was traveling eastbound on County Road 1380. Alexander was driving a pickup truck traveling northbound on County Street 2550.
The semi truck failed to stop at a stop sign and hit the pickup. The semi overturned and landed on the passenger side. The pickup rotated and left the road to the right.
Alexander was ejected and pinned under the trailer of the semi.
He was pronounced dead at the scene by Apache EMS. The driver of the semi as well as a passenger in the pickup were not injured.
Our condolences go out to Mr. Alexander’s family and the entire Grady County Fire Department.
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