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Tulsa pedestrian suffers serious injuries in Pittsburg County crash

Tulsa pedestrian suffers serious injuries in Pittsburg County crash

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MATT BARNARD, Tulsa World file

A Tulsa man was seriously injured in a crash in a Pittsburg County construction zone on Tuesday, the Oklahoma Highway Patrol reported.

The 25-year-old was on foot at a one-lane site near Blocker and Hickory Hill roads in Crowder about 9:30 a.m. when a vehicle failed to stop for traffic control personnel, striking the Tulsan as well as a 19-year-old McAlester man and a parked vehicle, troopers reported.

The Tulsan was flown to a Tulsa hospital in serious condition with internal and leg injuries, according to the report. The McAlester man had arm injuries and was taken to a hospital there.

The vehicle’s driver, an 84-year-old man also from McAlester, was not injured, the report states.

Troopers said the driver’s condition was apparently normal. They attributed the cause of the crash to inattentive driving.


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