Okfuskee County, Oklahoma (December 20, 2017): A fatal single vehicle crash on Interstate 40 in Okfuskee County early Monday evening, December 18, 2017, has claimed the life of one person and left another critically wounded. According to reports, 70-year-old Sherry Robinson, of Livermore, California, was driving a Dodge sedan east on I-40 around 5:30 PM when she had a medical episode that caused the vehicle to run off the road and crash into a tree.
The Oklahoma Highway Patrol was dispatched to the accident location on I-40, about four miles west of Okemah, Oklahoma, and is conducting an investigation. Both Sherry Robinson and her passenger, 71-year-old George Robinson, had been wearing seatbelts at the time of the collision and they were reportedly pinned under the vehicle for more than half an hour. Sherry Robinson was pronounced dead upon her arrival at a nearby hospital. George Robinson was admitted to an Oklahoma City area hospital in serious condition. Further information has not been made available at this time.
The McGuire Law Firm would like to extend our deepest condolences to the friends, family, acquaintances and loved ones of Sherry Robinson. Our thoughts are with the entire Robinson family during this heartbreaking tragedy and we pray for George Robinson’s swift and complete recovery.
If you or your loved ones have been injured in a motor vehicle crash, you may be able to seek recourse under the laws of Oklahoma. Call the McGuire Law Firm at 800-648-5198 to discuss your case with one of our renowned motor vehicle crash attorneys and learn more about the legal remedies that may be available to you.