Joshua Michael Lundgren, 24, was deceased at the scene of a crane accident in the eastbound lanes of U.S. 412 just west of 209 W Avenue. Lundgren was driving a crane east on U.S. 412 when there was a blowout on the left front tire.
Vinicio Mendoza and one other man left a night club in a Ford Mustang at high speed. Witnesses say they were traveling close to 80 mph at one point, in an urban area. The Mustang rear-ended a Honda Civic near 133th East Avenue. Fortunately no one in the Honda was seriously hurt.
Troopers said a 2003 Chevrolet Trailblazer was traveling east on Highway 16 in Okmulgee County when its driver, Patches Campbell, 21, of Beggs, drove off the road, overcorrected and rolled the SUV before crashing into a telephone pole.
Travis Scott Tarver, 20, of Moore was killed in a Dewey County crash when he passed a tractor-trailer, lost control of the pickup and hit a tree about 4:50 p.m. Monday on U.S. 270. He was taken to a Seiling hospital where he was pronounced dead.
A teen was killed after a truck crashed into three pedestrians. 18-year-old Stormy Yargee was killed Monday while walking down a road in Pontotoc County near Ada, and he was pronounced deceased at the crash site.
Rhonda Schroeder was repotedly driving at a high rate of speed when she lost control of her car and collided head-on with a truck. She was declared dead at the scene. The driver of the truck suffered minor injuries.
Hensleigh was riding a bicycle on the Oklahoma State University campus when they were struck by a pickup truck being driven by another student. The driver of the pickup has been identified Connor Lee Cline, 20, and also a student at OSU.
The Sand Springs Police Department released the names of the two women critically injured in a high speed crash Thursday. Donna Jo Newton, 31, and her passenger Jessica Lynn Cozad, 25, are hospitalized and in critical condition after the vehicle crashed into a stone column.
The 81-year-old Democratic nominee in the race for a U.S. House seat in eastern Oklahoma, Earl Everett, died following a car accident Friday afternoon. Everett was crossing Highway 62 when he was hit broadside by another vehicle.
Quinton resident James Cook, 50, is deceased after crashing his utility-terrain vehicle near Lake Eufaula on Friday at approximately 9:30 p.m. Cook and two passengers were riding on a beach about two miles south of Crowder when Cook lost control of the vehicle.
A Dallas woman died when her car crashed Friday in Carter County. Around 4:30 p.m., Julissa Rodriguez, 42, was driving on Interstate 35 just north of Springer when her vehicle left the roadway and overturned. Check back for more information as it becomes available.
Rocky Baca, a 37-year-old man from Choctaw, was driving the wrong-way in the westbound lanes of State Highway 33 and struck a vehicle containing Jennifer Briggs and Heather Wilson. The women were pinned in the vehicle and died at the scene. Baca's condition is unknown.
Valarie Sanchez was driving eastbound on State Highway 34C when she failed to make a curve and ran off the right side of the road. Sanchez then over-corrected and rolled two times. She was trapped in the vehicle for more than an hour.
McKala Miner, 29, of Pawnee and a five year old girl killed, a second passenger injured in car accident with James Goblet, 23 when his Dodge struck her vehicle head on and rolled. Miner's second passenger was transported to a local hospital.
Three teenagers injured in single truck accident near 36th and Pittsburg in Tulsa, OK after the driver was speeding and hit a power pole causing a power outage. The rear of the truck was wrapped around the pole.
Kitchens was heading south on U.S. Highway 69 in Wagoner County at 7:24 a.m. Friday when he drove off the right side of the road and struck a culvert. Kitchens’ vehicle was launched into the air and turned over twice before landing on its top.
A man who has reportedly admitted to driving a car into the controversial Ten Commandments monument outisde the Oklahoma Capitol building has been detained by Federal authorities. He claims that Satan told him to destroy the monument. The man was detained after he turned up at
Police are trying to determine what caused the crash at the railroad crossing of State Highway 7. A train struck a tractor-trailer and killed the driver. No one aboard the train was hurt. Authorities are unsure why the tractor trailer was in the crossing.
Theaccident took place near NE 50th Street and Lincoln and near Langston University. The victim phoned police after being hit by a car and described the car to as an older-model brown Cadillac. The driver was last seen driving southbound on Lincoln.
A tanker truck carrying crude oil rolled on State Highway 18, just north of Chandler, Oklahoma Wednesday, October 22. The highway was shut down as crews cleared the oil spill. The driver was taken to the hospital but is reported to be in good condition.
A young driver has died in a crash on a rural Osage County road Saturday evening. The Oklahoma Highway Patrol has not identified the driver or the juvenile passenger but did say both are from Pawhuska. The passenger was sent to a Tulsa hospital in good condition.