The mangled bodies of six teenage girls were pulled from a wrecked car about 161 kilometres (100 Miles), Southwest of Oklahoma City in the town of Tishomingo.
Police were called to the sight of the accident at around 12:30pm (ACST) where all that remained of the girl's car was a mangled black ball of machinery with the only contrast being a piece of the pink steering wheel cover.
They had collided with a lorry at an intersection, it is unknown at this time who caused the accident.
Sarah Stewart: A spokeswoman from the Oklahoma Department of Public Safety (ODPS) said that she didn't have the exact ages of the six teenagers who died in the crash.
The incident took place at a junction on Highway 377 in Johnston County, according to the Johnston County sheriff's office.