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Oklahoma Auto Accident Kills One After Police Chase

by Colbert Cooper Hill Attorneys

KOCO reported that a 22-year-old man died and his 29-year-old female passenger was arrested following an Oklahoma auto accident that began with a police chase.

The police chase that ended in an Oklahoma car accident began when police received a call about a reckless driver. The police attempted to pull the driver over, but he sped away. (more…)

Oklahoma City defective product injuries grow in E. coli outbreak

by Colbert Cooper Hill Attorneys

KOCO reported that the number of Oklahoma City defective product injury victims due to an outbreak of E. coli has grown to nearly 300.

The Oklahoma defective product injuries have been linked to the Country Cottage restaurant, and at least 291 people are reportedly ill.

One person has died as a result of the Oklahoma City defective product injuries.

The investigation into the Oklahoma City defective product injuries has not determined the exact cause of the E. coli outbreak.

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Suspect in Tulsa auto accident arrested

by Colbert Cooper Hill Attorneys

KOCO reported that the suspect in a hit-and-run Tulsa auto accident has been arrested.

The suspect admitted to running a red light and leaving the scene of a Tulsa auto accident that injured a 46-year-old woman on a motorcycle.

The Tulsa auto accident victim died in the hospital four days after the crash happened on July 28.

The suspect in the hit-and-run Tulsa car accident faces charges of running a red light, leaving the scene of an accident, and driving without a license.

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Corporate Commissioner witnesses Oklahoma City auto accident

by Colbert Cooper Hill Attorneys

Oklahoma Corporate Commissioner Jim Roth witnessed an Oklahoma City auto accident in which the driver who caused the accident fled the scene Friday, according to KOCO.

Roth said he witnessed the Oklahoma City car accident in which the driver of a car rear-ended a woman, pushed her vehicle into an SUV, and drove away.

Roth pursued the driver, pulling in front of him and blocking his vehicle, and detained him until police arrived following the Oklahoma City auto accident.

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Oklahoma Defective Product Injury Not Caused by Water

by Colbert Cooper Hill Attorneys

The Oklahoman reports that Oklahoma defective product injuries, including E. Coli, did not stem from the water at Country Cottage Restaurant, rather food at the restaurant is believed to be the source.

Oklahoma defective product injuries have affected 206 people and one person has died as a result of E. Coli. Most of the Oklahoma defective product injury victims had reported eating at the Country Cottage restaurant, according to the Health Department.

The E. Coli injuries were first believed to be caused by well water the restaurant had recently begun using.

The E. Coli found in stool samples of the Oklahoma defective product injury victims indicated E. Coli 0111, a rare type of E. Coli.

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