TULSA - A one-vehicle roll over crash turned deadly in Rogers County late Thursday morning.
The Oklahoma Highway Patrol tells KRMG it happened about 11:30 in the inside westbound lane of the Will Rogers Turnpike, Interstate 44.
The agency confirms that 38-year-old Michelle Lea Hall was killed as a result of the wreck.
KRMG listener Andew Mikus got stuck in the traffic backed up on the turnpike.
"I have been sitting dead solid now for the better part of 30 minutes," he told us in a phone call at about 12:20 p.m. "People are out of their cars wandering around just kind of looking. Traffic I can see in my rear-view mirror is backed up God knows how far."
He saw OHP units, a wrecker, and an Oklahoma Department of Transportation vehicle go by on the shoulder as he sat waiting for traffic to begin moving.
He also saw a Lifeflight Helicopter touch down near the scene.
FOX23 reporter Melissa Hawkes tells KRMG she learned that the female driver was about to go over the turnpike on a bridge when she lost control driving off of the road, through a guard rail and dropped about 20 feet onto the highway.
She did not hit any other vehicles, but did roll over quite a few times.
The trooper said the woman was half-way ejected from the car and it was flipped over when they got there.
The child, described by witnesses as "under 5 years old," was in the back seat.
The car caught fire, but a truck driver ran and got the baby out of the back seat.
The child was LifeFlighted to an area hospital. Troopers haven't released the child's name but say the child had a head injury and is in stable condition.