An Oklahoma man died Friday after the pickup he was driving left the highway and hit a tree.
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Most recent accident reports
A man is in critical condition and a woman is arrested after an early-morning car wreck in Moore, police said. Officers rushed to a neighborhood off North Janeway Avenue and NW 2nd Street a little after 4 a.m. to find a man seriously injured.
A Muldrow woman riding on a motorcycle died in a crash Tuesday in Sequoyah County, the Oklahoma Highway Patrol reports.
Peggy Sue Taylor, 63, died in the wreck about 7:40 p.m. on U.S. 59, about 3 miles south of Sallisaw.
An Iowa woman died after an accident in Craig County, the Oklahoma Highway Patrol reported.
A man died early Tuesday after being struck by an unidentified pickup, police said.
Authorities say three people were killed and another was injured in a two-car crash in southern Oklahoma near the Texas border.
A Claremore man died of injuries suffered in a Sunday afternoon crash, the Oklahoma Highway Patrol reports.
David Nickerson, 62, died at St. John Medical Center in Tulsa at 12:53 a.m. Monday.
A Beggs man died when his car ran off the road while driving in Okmulgee County late Friday.
Authorities are responding after a car collided with a train in Norman.
The collision at North Flood Avenue and Lexington Street occurred about 10:20 a.m.
Officials said at least one person was injured. The driver of the car was extracted from the vehicle.
Authorities have identified the two people injured in a plane crash near Lake Tenkiller in eastern Oklahoma.
Helen Laurenzana, 42, was the driver of an SUV stopped at a traffic light that was struck from behind by a car, police said.
About 8:45 p.m. Wednesday, Lawton police responded to the crash at Fort Sill Boulevard and NW Smith Avenue. Laurenzana died at the scene.
A Konawa woman died in a Seminole County crash Thursday when the car she was riding inside was struck by a pickup, the Oklahoma Highway Patrol reports.