Two people are dead after an accident in Pittsburg County, Oklahoma, including a one-year-old child. The crash occured on County Road Burris Valley at approximately 5:23 PM Saturday.
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It was about 2:45am when Bunch was northbound on County Road 2 and he departed the roadway, causing the car to roll over. He was not wearing a seat belt at the time and was killed in the wreck. The accident report says that Bunch was under the influence of alcohol.
At about 7:45pm, Prescott was driving near the intersection of SW 119 and I-44 when he collided with another vehicle. The crash sent Prescott to the hospital, where he later died, while his passenger Davis was dead at the scene.
Robert K. Lavender of Lawton died when his classic car crashed in Kiowa County about 4 p.m. Sunday on State Highway 54 and County Road 1370. The victim was driving a 1952 Chevrolet south on State Highway 54 when he lost control and the car rolled.
Susanna Olgin, 40, of Jenks died at the scene of a three-vehicle chain-reaction collision about 12:20 a.m. Sunday on the Turner Turnpike at mile marker 202 in Creek County, according to the Oklahoma Highway Patrol.
A 17-year-old boy was driving a pickup south on a county road east of Okarche in Kingfisher County with a 15-year-old and 18-year-old passengers. The 15-year-old, from Edmond, attempted to climb from his seat to the bed of the truck when he fell onto the road.
One man was killed in a single-vehicle crash in Le Flore County on Friday morning. At 7:45 a.m., Shae McLaughlin, 27, of Heavener, was traveling west on a county road near Hodgen.
A head-on collision in Mayes County killed two Pryor people Thursday night on Highway 20 just west of Salina at 7:19 p.m. A 2005 Nissan driven by Christina Langley.
Two Oklahoma Highway Patrol troopers, Nicholas Dees and Keith Burch, were hit by a vehicle on westbound I-40 east of Shawnee around 10 p.m. Saturday. The troopers were in the median when a car exited the road and crashed into them.
A young man man is dead following a car accident early Saturday morning near Broken Bow, Oklahoma. The young man, identified as Juan Perez, 18, was heading eastbound on Old Broken Bow Highway at close to 12:30 Saturday morning.
Cain was driving a motorcycle on which Ingram was a passenger east at about 8:30pm when a westbound car suddenly made a u-turn in front of him and the two vehicles collided. Ingram was thrown from the motorcycle before striking another westbound vehicle and was killed at the scene.
Boehl was driving a vehicle in which Howard was a passenger north on State Highway 76 at about 2:15am when he collided head-on with a southbound pickup driven by Chase Jennings, 23, and was partially ejected from his car and pronounced dead at the scene.
Police in Broken Arrow, OK state that a 42-year-old man has died in a car accident last night. The single-vehicle wreck occured at 1:45 a.m. in the 2300 block of State Highway 51.
Just before 8 a.m. Monday on State Highway 9 approximately one mile east of Whitefield in Haskell County, a 16 year-old boy from Stigler was driving a 1999 GMC pickup east when he crossed into the westbound lane and struck a semi on its side.
A Sperry man was killed after colliding his Chevy Silverado pickup truck into trees Sunday evening just after 8 p.m. on 106th Street North west of Peoria.
A fatal ATV accident occured around 5:37 p.m., and involved two people from Sand Springs. Oklahoma Highway Patrol say the driver lost control of his ATV at Motorcycle Island. Moments later, both he and his female passenger became separated from the vehicle.
An ATV crash killed the passenger and critically injured the driver at Keystone Lake in Pawnee County on Saturday at around 5:30 p.m. at Keystone Lake.
A young woman and two children were killed in a head-on crash in Stephens County Tuesday. Britanie Raschell Welty, 28, of Loco, was pronounced deceased at the site of the crash which occurred at 4:15 p.m. on Pinto Road northeast of Healdton.
On Highway 75-A at about 4 a.m. north of Beggs, the driver of a pickup truck traveling south was going too fast, lost control on a curve, hit a sign and then a building.
Jimmy Perez, 38, was driving a westbound vehicle on Oklahoma 128 when he veered off the right shoulder and overcorrected to the left. The car then quickly departed the roadway on the opposite side and rolled into a tree, coming to rest on its side.
A man was killed Monday afternoon in an accident in Kay County, Oklahoma, at about 4:45 p.m. Walter Alexander, 81, of Kaw City, was driving a pickup eastbound on State Highway 11 near Ponca City, when he went off the road and hit a guardrail, then veered back across
At approximately 8 a.m. Sunday, James Randal Brown, 21, was traveling south on State Highway 34 just north of Elk City, Oklahoma when his vehicle exited the road and rolled twice.
At around 1:00pm, Blevins was traveling southbound on State Highway 76 when she lost control, likely due to the snow and slush on the roadway, and rolled over off of the road, leaving her dead at the scene.
A Pawnee man was critically injured in an accident early Christmas morning. Russell Hazlip, 24, of Pawnee, was heading east on State Highway 15 when his vehicle left the road to the left. Hazlip then over-corrected and exited the road to the right, hitting a fence.
At around 12:30, a car driven by Harkins, who was allegedly DUI, collided with a train near S Meridian Avenue. The crash left Rissler, a passenger in Harkins' car, partially ejected and dead at the scene, while Harkins himself sustained injuries and was taken to a hospital under police guard.