A Tulsa auto accident has been deemed a hit-and-run and police are searching for the suspects, according to NewsOn6.
The Tulsa car accident occurred early Sunday on North Sherridan Road when the driver of a Lexus made a u-turn and struck an SUV.
The driver of the Lexus fled the scene on foot and police have been unable to find the driver responsible for the Oklahoma auto accident that sent one person to the hospital.
The Tulsa car accident lawyers at J. Colbert Injury Lawyers can help if you were injured in an Oklahoma auto accident.
More wells are testing positive for E. Coli as the investigation into Oklahoma defective product injuries continue, according to 4029.
The Oklahoma defective product injuries that occurred as a result of chicken manure at a well near Country Cottage restaurant continue to be investigated and more contaminated wells are surfacing.
Three of ten wells tested positive for E. Coli. Eighty-five private wells have been tested and there are plans to test 22 more wells as a result of the investigation into the Oklahoma defective product injuries.
In August hundreds became ill and one person died as a result of Oklahoma defective product injuries suffered after eating at Country Cottage.
The Oklahoma defective product attorneys at J. Colbert Injury Lawyers can help if you were injured by a defective product.
A man fled the scene of a Tulsa auto accident that occurred at 61st Street Friday night, according to News on 6.
The Tulsa car accident occurred when the man was driving his car on 61st street toward Lewis Avenue and lost control on a curve.
The car then went off the road and into an embankment, bounced when it struck a chain-link fence, and finally crashed into a tree.
The driver in the Oklahoma auto accident fled the scene. Police continue to look for him.
The Tulsa auto accident lawyers at J. Colbert Injury Lawyers can help if you were injured in an Oklahoma car accident.