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.
The 43-year-old man, who was an employee of the Department of Human Services, was killed as a result of the Oklahoma car accident.
The 16-year-old suffered Oklahoma auto accident injuries and was flown to a hospital for treatment.
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An Oklahoma auto accident killed one person over the weekend, according to KOCO.
The fatal Oklahoma car accident occurred in a pasture in Stillwater where the driver of a truck crashed into several trees.
The Oklahoma auto accident victim’s vehicle then caught fire after crashing around 1:00 a.m. Saturday morning.
The name of the Oklahoma auto accident victim who died at the scene of the crash has not been released at this time.
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A woman was killed and two men were injured in an Oklahoma auto accident, according to the Oklahoman.
The Oklahoma auto accident occurred when the woman’s car rear-ended a paint-stripping truck on Turner Turnpike.
The Oklahoma car accident victims included the woman, who died at the scene of the crash, her male passenger, and a male worker in the truck. The men were both injured in the accident.
The two men were taken to the Oklahoma City University Medical Center as a result of injuries suffered in the Oklahoma 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.
The passenger, a 28-year-old woman, was trapped under the car for 20 minutes.
The woman was critically injured in the Oklahoma auto accident, sustaining head, trunk, internal, external, arm, and leg injuries.
The man sustained internal injuries as a result of the Oklahoma auto accident.
Neither of the Oklahoma auto accident injury victims were wearing seatbelts and the investigation said that the driver had an odor of alcohol.