Fatal motorcycle crash reported on I-44

Posted on Thursday, September 30th, 2021 at 1:55 pm    

TUTTLE, OK – A fatal motorcycle crash was reported on southbound I-44 south of Tuttle on Tuesday, Fox 25 reports

Philip Hawk, 56, was operating the motorcycle and Terri Hawk, 59, was his passenger. For reasons unknown, the bike rolled over on its side. Philip was thrown from the vehicle while Terri was pinned underneath it.

Terri had been freed from the vehicle by a bystander before first responders arrived. She was pronounced dead at the scene of the accident.

Philip was hospitalized in fair condition.

The cause of the crash and the time it occurred is unclear.

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