Funeral services have been scheduled for four people killed by a suspected DUI driver over the weekend in Creek County.
Family members tell our partners at FOX23 News the funerals for the victims of Friday’s deadly crash will be Thursday at 11 a.m. at the Westside Freewill Baptist Church in Sapulpa.
The family is accepting monetary donations and flowers.
They hope for some help since they have four simultaneous funerals to pay for.
A vigil is scheduled for 8 p.m. Monday at the Kellyville High School football stadium to remember the victims of Friday's deadly wreck.
Kellyville Police Department officials tell us it was right after sunset Friday when a head-on collision on Highway 66 snuffed out the lives of four Kellyville residents who were riding in one car.
We're told 52-year old David Ernst from Salina, Oklahoma, was driving a 1996 Chevrolet pickup northbound near the Creek County Speedway when he traveled left of the center line and slammed into an oncoming 1999 Buick sedan.
74-year old Vernon Bowles, 74-year old Susie Frazier, 51-year old Vivian Henry and 9-year old Alex Henry died at the scene.
Ernst was treated and released at a Tulsa hospital.
He was taken to the Creek County Justice Center and will eventually face four charges of first-degree manslaughter.