An Enid man, Jacob Burrell, was killed in a fiery accident on I-35 Friday morning.   The accident was around 8:30 Friday morning, at mile marker 151 Southbound I-35.

According to some eyewitness reports, the truck (falsely reported as a car in one instance), which had a trailer attached to it, began weaving erratically from lane to lane before it left the road, went airborne and eventually landed in a ditch when it exploded into flames.  Burrell was pronounced dead on the scene.  Police believe that Burrell fell asleep behind the wheel before the accident happened.

For more, here are some links to the Oklahoma city media outlets reports of the incident.  There are no local reports of the incident yet, as they do not exist other than this report.

http://www.kfor.com/news/local/kfor-car-crash-explosion-kills-one-20110715,0,2006435.story

http://www.koco.com/news/28561226/detail.html

Jacob Burrell was a graduate of Chisolm High School. His parents are Rick and Terri Burrell. Rick is the branch manager of, and Jacob was the warehouse and delivery guy for Stuart C. Irby Co, an electrical supply dealer in Enid. He was on his way to pick up some material from the Irby branch in OKC.