Driver Died After Slippery Road Accident

Posted on Monday, April 6th, 2020 at 7:44 pm    

A driver died after his car hydroplaned, an April 3 article of Tulsa World reported.

The incident happened around 7:35 PM, April 3, in US-270. 38-year-old Stuart Webber was driving his GMC Envoy when it hit a culvert. The impact caused his car to rollover. The Oklahoma Highway Patrol said he wasn’t wearing a seat belt, and his speed and the wet roads caused the collision.

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