Priest And Student Killed In Tulsa Car Crash

by Colbert Cooper Hill Attorneys

A woman who may have been involved in a shootout at a convenience store is responsible for an accident that killed a local priest and seminary student. News On 6 reported earlier, a Catholic mass was held today honoring the two men.

Authorities say the accident happened on August 21, when a car with bullet holes up and down the side sped through a red light at a busy intersection of 36th Street North and North Cincinnati Avenue in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Police believe the woman driving the car may have been fleeing the scene of a shootout at a nearby convenience store, when she ran the light in a White Chevy Impala and slammed into a Nissan Altima driven by the priest. The collision caused the cars to crash into a Red Mustang stopped at the red light. No one in the Mustang was injured in the car accident; however, the woman driving the Impala had to be transported to a nearby hospital and was listed in serious condition upon arrival. The 32-year-old priest and seminary student of the same age were declared dead at the scene when medical personnel arrived.

Being responsible fro the death of another human being is as simple as running a red light. If you have lost a loved one because of another person’s negligence, contact the Oklahoma wrongful death lawyers with J. Colbert Injury Lawyers. Their experienced team may be able to help you hold those responsible for your loss accountable.