KJRH reported that police are searching for a man involved in a fatal Tulsa auto accident that was deemed a hit-and-run.
The Tulsa car accident occurred Sunday night around 10:30 when a man crossing Edison Road was hit by a vehicle. The first vehicle that struck him stopped to help; however, they say a second vehicle, a dark Chevy Impala, hit the man and dragged him about 75 feet. The first vehicle involved in the Oklahoma auto accident had to drive out of the way of the Impala to avoid being hit by it. The Tulsa auto accident victim was not able to get out of the way.
Police continue to search for the driver of the Impala.
The Tulsa auto accident lawyers at J. Colbert Injury Lawyers can help if you have been injured in an Oklahoma car accident.
KOCO reported that an Oklahoma auto accident killed a state worker and injured a high school student Tuesday.
The fatal Oklahoma auto accident occurred when a 16-year-old, driving a 1999 Oldsmobile, tried to pass another car. (more…)
The Muskogee Phoenix reported that a70-year-old man was pinned in his pickup after an Oklahoma auto accident.
The Oklahoma car accident occurred when the man’s vehicle was hit by a tractor-trailer at U.S. 69 and the Muskogee Turnpike. (more…)
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 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.
An Oklahoma auto accident injured two people last Wednesday and one of them remains in critical condition, according to the Ada Evening News.
The Oklahoma auto accident occurred when the man, 27, driving the 2002 Grand Am failed to properly round a curve and the car left the road and landed in a pasture after it rolled. (more…)