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Car crashes into power poles

OKLAHOMA CITY, OK – A car crashed into several power poles then rolled about 5 times in a Bethany neighborhood, reported by Fox25.

The crash occurred at 7 a.m. on Tuesday near Mueller and 59th. Bethany police say the vehicle was speeding before it crashed.

A man was found hanging out of the car, while a woman fled the scene.

The experienced car accident attorneys at Abel law firm are available to help you if you or a loved one has been injured in a car accident. Our Oklahoma City attorneys are available by phone art (405) 451-5157 and online.

Oklahoma wreck critically injures man

A man was critically injured after his truck slammed into a tree on West Oklahoma the night of Wednesday, March 6.

Capt. Jack Morris of the Enid Police Department said the accident happened on West Oklahoma at the 1500 block around 8 p.m., when a westbound vehicle struck an unoccupied parked car before it slammed into a tree. Enid Fire Department and Life EMS personnel responded to the crash scene to rescue 41-year-old Montra Smith, who suffered serious head injuries from the crash and had no pulse when responders arrived. A traffic officer also noted the smell of alcohol coming from Smith, but no charges were made immediately after the accident.

Smith is currently confined in a hospital for the critical injuries sustained in the crash.

Fortunately, no one else was injured in this accident; however, reckless drivers and those driving under the influence of alcohol all too often cause serious harm to unsuspecting people. Our attorneys at the Abel Law Firm make it a priority to support those who have been victimized in such situations. Thus, if you have been harmed by such a driver, call 1-800-739-ABEL to find out more about your legal options.

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