On January 10, a pedestrian died of personal injuries in Oklahoma City after he was struck by a vehicle, and the driver involved is facing multiple charges after authorities apprehended him, an article of KOCO 5 News reported.
According to reports, authorities were called around 3:30 a.m. to respond to a pedestrian accident at the intersection of South MacArthur Boulevard and West Reno Avenue. Arlee Williamson Jr., 60, was pushing a shopping cart at the time, when he was struck from behind by a vehicle driven by 45-year-old Alphaeus Bates. Williamson succumbed to his injuries a little later while being treated at a local hospital. Bates, on the other hand, was apprehended by authorities. Aside from the first-degree manslaughter charge filed against him, other charges were also filed against Bates for failing to secure a valid license and proof of insurance for his vehicle.
The wrongful death attorneys at Abel Law Firm in Oklahoma express their deepest condolences to the family and friends who are grieving the loss of their loved one.