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Crash Injures 1 in Custer County, Oklahoma

by | Jul 22, 2021 | Car Accidents In The News |

Around midnight Monday, July 12th a pedestrian accident occurred eastbound on I-40 about 8 miles west of Clinton, Oklahoma.

A 2012 Cadillac, driven by Michale Chance (age 60), was headed eastbound on I-40 when it struck a pedestrian and two dogs. According to reports the pedestrian and dogs were standing in the roadway.

The pedestrian, Shaka love (age 62), had to be transported from the scene by AirEvac to OU Trauma in Oklahoma City. She was listed as in stable condition with head, arms, legs, trunk internal and external injuries.

The drive of the Cadillac and passenger were uninjured and bot had their seatbelts on at the time of the incident.

The condition of the two dogs is unknown.

Officials are still unsure what the cause of the collision is.

Did you know that auto-pedestrian accidents stole the lives of 88 Oklahomans in 2019?

If you or a loved one have been injured in an auto-pedestrian accident caused by someone else’s negligence, the personal injury attorneys at Swain Law Group can help. Depending on the nature of the car accident, you may be entitled to compensation for lost income, medical bills, and pain and suffering. Please call us at 405-546-1292 or reach out to one of our Oklahoma car accident attorneys by confidential message to discuss your case.