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.
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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.
It was about 7:15 p.m. when a 14-year-old boy was driving an ATV through a pasture in Caddo County and crashed into a cow. As he was not wearing a helmet or a seat belt, his vehicle flipped and he sustained a severe head injury. Responders pronounced him dead at the scene.
On Sunday evening, an SUV driven by an unidentified 16-year-old girl was southbound on 72nd Street when she failed to stop at the Maguire Road intersection. A Maguire Baptist Church van was eastbound on Maguire, and it collided with the SUV.
Near Northwest 122nd and Portland, an accident occured that took the life of one person and injured two others. The crash caused power outages and traffic delays in the area as well. Little information is available at this time; check back for updates.
20-year-old Jeremy Don Davis was driving on State Highway 112 when he for some reason crossed into the oncoming traffic lane at about 8:00 a.m., and collided head-on with a vehicle driven by Brian Allan Stroud, 53.
It was shortly after 7:00pm when Narson Martin, 23, was traveling westbound on East Pine Street and ran the stop sign at the South Yale Avenue intersection.
One person died and several others sustained injuries after a pickup truck collided with a motorcycle, causing a group of motorcyclists to crash near Comanche, Oklahoma. For unknown reasons the driver of the truck crossed the center line of U.S.
A little after 5:00 a.m. on Saturday, a vehicle driven by Alexander Bailey, 21, failed to stop at a stop sign while traveling on US 60 at S. Street in Kay County, OK. A vehicle driven by Timothy Rutledge, 41, collided into the passenger side of Bailey's car.
A school bus crashed in the 3900 block of south Highway 75, near the Southwest Boulevard bridge. Emergency crews are on the scene. Eight children were reportedly injured. The school bus was coming from Project Accept, and is a Tulsa Public School bus.
Jessie Edward Million, 55, was killed when his Harley-Davidson collided with another vehicle around 7 p.m. about 12 miles north of Tahlequah, Oklahoma. He was pronounced deceased at the crash site.
A man was driving his SUV when the vehicle accelerated on its own and he lost control. The man told police that he could not properly stop or steel the SUV. The vehicle crashed into the front room of a home at Southwest 37th Street and Windscape Avenue.
At about 11:20pm, a westbound car on West Reno Avenue was t-boned on its driver's side by a car traveling south on South Rockwell Avenue.
44-year old Kelly Corn drove his Chevrolet truck onto the westbound lanes of the Kilpatrick in the eastbound direction, slamming head-on with 34-year old Shavon McNack-Watley. Shavon and her 9-year old son were taken to OU Medical Center and are listed in critical condition.
Ashley Biggs, 24, and two other people, whose identities have not been revealed, died after two cars collided head-on, on State Highway 16. Ashley Biggs was the passenger of one of the two vehicles and was pronounced dead at a local hospital. Christina Biggs, 42, was driving the first car.
Eric Bond, 50, was traveling north on State Highway 97 at 81st Street South when his vehicle exited the roadway, struck a median, and rolled multiple times. Bond was ejected about 75 feet from the truck. According to authorities, Bond was not wearing a seat belt.
Three people died and a fourth was critically injured in a collision Friday evening on 68th Street at Bush Creek 3 miles south of Stillwater. The crash occurred when a Chevrolet pickup that was traveling south on Bush Creek Road failed to stop at a stop sign, crashing int
A man who was killed Friday has been identified as Dennis Dunham, 61, of Texas. He died after an accident involving a delivery tractor-trailer in the parking lot of Dollar General near U.S. 59 in Sallisaw about 10:52 a.m. Friday..
The fatal crash happened about two miles south of Stillwater. Driver 62-year-old Dwight Handley Jr. of Belle Plaine, Kan. was pronounced deceased at the scene.
Glenda Alexander of Drumright was eastbound in a 2003 Chevy Blazer when she went off of Highway 16 then back onto the roadway before going off again, this time striking a tree. Alexander was not wearing a seat belt and was thrown from the SUV, killing her.
At around 10:30 a.m. a rollover crash caused four people to be taken to area hospitals for treatment. THe extent of their injuries is unknown. This accident is still under investigation. Check back for updates.
Pheng Vang, 21, has been arrested after crashing into a vehicle carrying two adults and an infant early Sunday morning. One of the passengers has been sent to the hospital with injuries. Vang was allegedly under the influence of alcohol at the time of the incident.
Two people were killed in a single-vehicle collision in Pittsburg County yesterday afternoon approximately three miles east of Canadian. A Chevrolet was traveling south on a county road when the vehicle left the roadway and rolled over.
Two people are dead after their pickup crashed into a creek Friday evening in southern Muskogee County. Emma Reece, 63, of Webbers Falls, was found in the truck Friday evening.