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Car Accidents in Oklahoma on August 9, 2019

Clayton, OK (August 9, 2019) – Around 7:45 a.m. on August 8th, the Oklahoma Highway Patrol responded to the scene of a motor vehicle accident on Sardis Lake Road just north of Clayton.

According to reports, a GMC was traveling south along the roadway when it approached an area where a motor vehicle accident occurred. The driver of the GMC slowed their vehicle to help an individual who was standing on the side of the road.

As the GMC came to a stop, it was struck from behind by a 2005 Chrysler PT Cruiser.

A 7-year-old girl inside the PT Cruiser was seriously injured and rushed to Talihina Hospital for treatment.

The young child was pronounced deceased shortly after arriving at the hospital.

At this time, the incident remains under investigation.

Our deepest condolences go out to the family of the child who lost her life in this incident.

Fatal Car Accidents In Oklahoma

Clayton, OK – 7-Year-Old Killed In Collision On Sardis Lake RoadOne of the most commonly used methods for transportation is the use of automotive vehicles. These vehicles can travel far and fast, which is why so many individuals utilize them daily. Sadly, these vehicles do not come without any potential for being injured or killed. Every year, over 300 people lose their lives in automobile accidents across Oklahoma. These accidents are often sudden and unexpected, yet they have a lasting impact on families across our state. When victims lose their lives in tragic incidents caused by the negligent acts of others, it is imperative for their surviving relatives to contact a wrongful death attorney in Oklahoma as soon as possible.

Over the years, McIntyre Law’s personal injury attorneys in Oklahoma have helped countless families deal with the aftermath of a loved one’s fatal collision. Our attorneys understand the difficulties families face, both emotionally and financially, after losing a loved one so unexpectedly. For this reason, we are dedicated to helping families recover from the loss of a loved one in the best way possible. If your loved one lost their life in a tragic accident by no fault of their own, contact our car accident attorneys in Oklahoma at (405) 917-5250 to explore legal options available for you.

Note: While writing these posts, we utilize secondary sources who may not have accurately represented the situation or the conditions of those involved. The accidents have not been independently verified by our team and may contain inaccuracies as a result. The photos depicted in these posts are not representative of the actual accident. If you notice any incorrect information included in our content, please inform us as soon as possible and we will correct it.

Disclaimer: At McIntyre Law, P.C., we are active members in our local communities and in those across Oklahoma. While we hope the pain and suffering experienced in these accidents never happen to anyone, these kinds of events are all too common across our state. Our goal is that these posts will raise awareness and prevent future accidents from occurring. The information included within should not be misconstrued as legal advice and you should always consult with a trained legal professional about the specifics of your situation before taking any action.


Accident News

McIntyre Law’s Accident News Team is made up of lawyers who understand the legal issues surrounding car, truck, and motorcycle accidents. This level of expertise, coupled with concern for their community, inspires them to keep a close eye on the state of the roadways and accident frequency here in Oklahoma. Understanding where and how accidents happen locally can keep you safe and it can make us better lawyers.

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