22-year-old Dakota Stewart was driving a southbound car with five other passengers on U.S. 77 shortly after 9:00 a.m. when he veered into the oncoming traffic lane for unknown reasons and collided with a van driven by Gerald Letkiewicz, 61.
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A father was pushing his 3-year-old child in a stroller on Westech Road at about 9:45 p.m. when a car driving on the road collided with both of them and promptly drove away.
A 19-year-old man from Kansas was killed in a car crash in Pawnee County Monday night.
Bad road lighting might be a factor in a fatal pedestrian collision that occurred Monday on E. Skelly at approximately 9 p.m. when a 17-year-old driver collided with a young couple.
Willie Gray White and passenger Doris Perkins were riding in a car eastbound on U.S. 271 when the car left the roadway, rolled, and struck a tree. White was taken to a local hospital where she later died. Perkins was taken to the hospital, treated, and released.
A motorcycle crash took the life of one man just after midnight near Northwest 28th Street and Robinson Avenue in Oklahoma City. Few details have been released at thie time. The accident is still under investigation. Check back for updates.
At about 10:15 a.m., 80-year-old Ellis Risenhoover was driving west on Banner Road when an eastbound pickup truck driven by Travis Bentley, 49, veered into the westbound lane and collided with his vehicle head-on.
14-year-old Lily Rhodes was riding on ATV with three friends at a birthday party when something, possibly a hole in the terrain, caused the vehicle to flip and eject all occupants.
About 7:45 a.m., Lacquement was driving a pickup south on State Highway 18 in Pottawatomie County when for unknown reasons the vehicle exited the road and crashed into a row of mailboxes, then crossed back over the highway and onto the right side of the road.
Whitney Westmoreland was driving on East/West 450 Road when her vehicle began to run off the pavement and she overcorrected, causing her vehicle to slide into the path of a school bus. She sustained fatal injuries. She was wearing a seat belt and the airbags of her vehicle deployed.
Christopher Tribbey was operating a lawn mower on private property near Grove when he went down a hill, ran off of a seven-foot retaining wall, and the mower landed on top of him. He died at the scene Tuesday evening.
Markarita Immy, 44, was pronounced deceased at the site of a collision that occurred about 8:35 p.m. on State Highway 266. Immy was driving with two passengers in an SUV. One passenger was transported to a Tulsa hospital and the other was uninjured.
At approximately 12:30 a.m. Sunday, an accident was reported near west State Highway 9 and the northbound I-35 ramp. The crash involved an SUV and a motorcycle. The driver of the motorcycle was taken to a local hospital where he later died.
An SUV was exiting a McDonald's parking lot on Saturday afternoon, but failed to yield to cross traffic and drove directly into the path of a northbound motorcycle on Memorial Drive. The vehicles crashed, and the man on the motorcycle was pronounced dead after being brought to the hospital.
A crash occured at 10:15 a.m. in the eastbound lanes of Will Rogers Turnpike over the Verdigris River when a passenger vehicle with a trailer attached crashed into a tractor trailer. The passenger vehicle was driven by a California man, who died at the scene.
The incident began shortly after 12:00 a.m. when Girod was run over by a car at Heller Park which then left the scene.
Two people died Saturday night in a car accident near Lucky Star Casino in El Reno. The accident occurred when a vehicle traveling east on Black Kettle Boulevard pulled in front of a southbound vehicle on U.S. Highway 81, according to officials.
Teddy Keys, 21, died after his 2008 Harley Davidson crashed around 8:30 p.m. Sunday in Rogers County on U.S. Highway 169 at EW 35. Keys was taken to a Tulsa hospital in critical condition, where he later died.
A Chouteau woman died when her vehicle was hit by a motorist driving the wrong direction down State Highway 20 just east of Pryor. Kendra Lee Gonzalez, 20, was pronounced deceased at the crash site, shortly after 11 p.m. Saturday night.
At about 3:30 a.m. Saturday, 31-year-old Thomas Turtle of Kansa, Oklahoma was driving a pickup north on State Highway 10 in Cherokee County. He was about a mile north of U.S. 62 when the pickup departed the roadway and rolled over.
A motorcycle crash on Highway 412 near 129th West Avenue killed Jerimy Dale Townley, 36, just after 11:30 Friday night in Tulsa County. Townley was traveling east on Highway 412 when his motorcycle exited the road and collided with a cable barrier.
Oklahoma City police responded to the report of an accident involving an employee at Quad Graphics, located at 6801 S. Sunnylane Road. Emergency crews found an adult male trapped under a piece of machinery. The man was pronounced dead at the scene.
Just after 12:30 a.m. Thursday, Brian Durini, 17, was westbound on the expressway when his car crossed to the opposite side of the road before crashing into a tree in a parking area between Council Road and Northwest Passage. Durini was pronounced dead at the scene.
18-year-old Applegate was driving a pickup truck south on State Highway 18 at about 7:10 a.m. and drifted into the northbound lane where he collided head-on with a northbound pickup truck driven by James C. Bittle Jr., 30.