Tulsa Auto Accident Witnessed By Firefighters

by Colbert Cooper Hill Attorneys

Tulsa auto accidents happen all the time, but most victims are not fortunate enough to have emergency personnel at the scene when the accident occurs.

Fortunately for the victims of one Tulsa auto accident, firefighters were returning from responding to an early-morning call when they witnessed a Chevrolet Impala hit a sedan head-on on East 31st Street around 2:30 a.m., according to FOX23.

The Tulsa auto accident victims include two men between the ages of 25 and 30 and a couple in their sixties. None of the Tulsa auto accident injury victims suffered life-threatening injuries.

Authorities suspect that alcohol may have played a part in the Tulsa auto accident and that the presence of the firefighters definitely benefited the victims.

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