November 2014 Archives

Rollover crash facts for Oklahoma residents

In an accident, a car may roll over due to the sideways forces being placed on it. For instance, if a driver makes a sudden movement and then tries to correct back quickly, the lateral force acts like a pendulum that makes the car roll. Most often, cars with higher centers of gravity such as SUVs and large trucks are susceptible to rollovers.

Multiple vehicle crash kills 2 on US 259 in Oklahoma

The Oklahoma Highway Patrol have reported that two people lost their lives and several others suffered injuries in a collision involving three vehicles in McCurtain County on Nov. 15. Both of the deceased individuals and three of those injured were residents of Longview, Texas. The fatal car crash occurred at approximately 10:30 a.m. on U.S. Route 259 near Harris.

2 middle school teachers killed by wrong-way driver

The Oklahoma Highway Patrol confirmed that two women were killed in a car accident that took place in Perkins on Oct. 27. Before the fatal wreck, the 24-year-old and 27-year-old women had been carpooling on their way to work. Both of the deceased women were English teachers who taught at Guthrie Junior High School.