5-year-old child killed in NW Oklahoma ATV crash

Posted on Thursday, March 17th, 2022 at 3:55 am    

BUFFALO, OK – A 5-year-old child died after a crash on an ATV in northwest Oklahoma Wednesday reports KFOR.

A driver and the young child were on a gravel road in Buffalo when the 5-year-old got ahold of the steering wheel and traveled off-road. The ATV hit an embankment and flipped.

The child was killed in the accident.

The operator of the ATV was uninjured.


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