Police Investigate Three-Car Collision
Oklahoma City, OK (December 28, 2018) On the night of December 28th, a three-car collision happened at the intersection of Northwest 16th Street and North MacArthur Boulevard. According to the reports, one of the drivers, who was in a stolen Sequoia, ran a red light, hit a Chevy Tahoe which caused the Sequoia to spin out, and hit another a red pickup truck. When emergency crews arrived, they found the reckless driver and the driver in the Tahoe suffering from critical injuries. The occupants of the red pickup truck were not seriously injured. An ambulance transported the injured victims to a nearby hospital for evaluation and treatment. The accident is under investigation.
We are saddened by this news and hope both injured victims fully recover from their injuries.
Vehicle Accidents in Oklahoma
Recent studies indicate that reckless driving, which includes speeding, is the leading cause of vehicle accidents in Oklahoma. Most of the time drivers who are under the influence are more likely to speed and violate traffic laws than other drivers. The police are currently investigating this accident to determine if drugs or alcohol was the reason why the driver in the stolen vehicle ran a red light. Once they conclude their reports, it’s likely that personal injury lawsuits will get filed.
At McGuire Law Firm, we understand how life-threatening vehicle accidents are for our clients, and we also understand the negative effects that follow suit. We work hard to make sure our clients are fully compensated for bodily injuries, vehicle damage, and more. If you or someone you know was involved in a vehicle accident, call (405) 513-5658 today.