Many teens in Oklahoma are beginning to catch spring fever as prom and graduation quickly approach. The Oklahoma City auto accident attorneys with Colbert Cooper Hill Attorneys say it’s important for teens to be reminded that this time of year is notorious for having a high number of drunk driving accidents involving young people. (more…)
The Oklahoman reported that an off-duty deputy was hospitalized in critical condition at St. John’s Regional Medical Center after a one-car Oklahoma auto accident. According to an Oklahoma Highway Patrol report, speed and alcohol were both factors in the car accident.
The 35-year-old deputy was placed in an induced coma after suffering a broken back and potentially a broken neck. The driver lost control of his vehicle and hit a road sign, which caused his car to flip over twice, coming to rest upside down. The driver was thrown 42 feet from the vehicle in the Oklahoma auto accident.