Woman to face DUI, murder complaints following fatal rollover near I-240

OHP investigating crash near Eastern and I-240 that left one young woman dead and sent three to the hospital. (Julie Calhoun/KOKH)

A woman will face charges after a rollover crash that killed one person and injured three others early Wednesday in Oklahoma City.

The Oklahoma City Police Department reports that 18-year-old Ashley Robison will face complaints of driving under the influence resulting in great bodily harm and second degree murder.

"The driver of the vehicle did exhibit signs of impairment. The driver has been identified as 18-year-old Ashley Robison," said Oklahoma City Police officer, Megan Morgan.

Police reports show that Robison was traveling northbound on S. Eastern approaching I-240 when she lost control of her 2009 Chevrolet Malibu and left the roadway. The vehicle rolled and ejected 16-year-old Courtney Snodgrass and 19-year-old Sabre Stoddard. Both Snodgrass and Stoddard landed on I-240 where Snodgrass was struck by at least one vehicle.

A third victim, a 17-year-old male, was also transported to the hospital in stable condition. Police reports show he told police they had been drinking at a motel. He didn't remember what happened, but he thought they took an exit too fast. The 17-year-old then blacked out and woke up outside the car next to Stoddard and Snodgrass.

Authorities say that Robison exhibited signs of impairment following the crash. She will be arrested after being released from the hospital.

Stoddard remains in critical condition after being transported to the hospital.

FOX 25 reached out to Moore Public Schools to see if they had a statement about Snodgrass's death.

They released this statement saying, "We have not received confirmation of the identity of the victim from this morning’s tragic accident on I-240. In the meantime, counselors and teachers at MHS are in the process of preparing a plan to serve any family, friend, or staff member affected by this tragedy if it is confirmed she was a student of Moore High."

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