The Oklahoma Highway Patrol says that there have been fewer deaths due to Oklahoma auto accidents this year compared to last year, KOTV reported.
The Oklahoma Highway Patrol also noted that April has had fewer deaths due to Oklahoma auto accidents. This April, there were 51 Oklahoma auto accident deaths, but last year there were 60.
Of the 51 fatal Oklahoma auto accident victims last month, 11 were alcohol-related and 64% of those who died were not wearing seatbelts.
The Norman Transcript reported that one person has died in an Oklahoma auto accident that occurred Saturday afternoon.
The Oklahoma car accident occurred when a Ford F-150 failed to stop at a red traffic signal light at an intersection. The truck struck a Chevrolet Malibu that was eastbound.
The two occupants of the Chevrolet Malibu suffered Oklahoma auto accident injuries. One occupant died at the scene while the other occupant was taken to a hospital for treatment.
The Oklahoma auto accident is still under investigation.
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