The driver who reportedly lost control of the vehicle that crashed into her, going about 90 mph on 21st Street just west of Memorial, is expected to be OK.
Police responded to the neighborhood street near 21st and Memorial to find a violent crash scene; one of the vehicle's engines had been thrown four car-lengths away.
The latest number included 2,458 cases reported Saturday and 173 cases reported Sunday.
A total of 1,709 patients remained hospitalized across the state on Wednesday, and 459 of them were in ICU beds. Forty-two adult ICU beds were available, according to the most recent survey.
More than 1,700 patients remained hospitalized across the state on Tuesday, and 465 of them were in ICU beds. Thirty-four adult ICU beds statewide remained available, according to a hospital survey.
The state’s seven-day rolling average of new cases reported daily is at 3,029 and has been increasing since last Thursday.
A total of 1,459 patients remained hospitalized on Sunday.
Tulsa County had an additional 518 cases Sunday, bringing the total to 36,375 cases. Three additional deaths were reported Sunday in Tulsa County.
Across the state, 1,782 patients remain hospitalized, 475 in intensive care. Both figures represent all-time highs in the state since the pandemic began. Officials reported 2,859 new cases Wednesday.
Three additional deaths were reported Sunday in Tulsa County.
The seven-day average of new COVID-19 cases is currently at a high of 3,817.
Tulsa County, with 427 new cases, has moved into Tier 3 of the state's hospital surge plan; 20-39% of patients in staffed beds were COVID-19 patients, meaning elective hospital procedures may be reduced.
State health officials on Wednesday reported 3,732 new COVID-19 cases and 16 more deaths, with 1,604 patients hospitalized, 432 in intensive care.
The seven-day rolling average of newly reported cases, at 3,171, broke a record high for the second day in a row Tuesday. A record 1,566 patients were reported hospitalized Monday.
As of Sunday 1,495 patients remained hospitalized with confirmed or suspected cases. The seven-day rolling average of newly reported COVID-19 cases surpassed 3,000 for the first time on Monday as the state added 3,544 infections.
Tulsa County had an additional 475 cases, bringing the total to nearly 30,000 cases.
The state’s seven-day rolling average cases per day, and 421 patients remain hospitalized in ICU beds related to COVID-19.
The state’s seven-day rolling average reached a record-high for the second day in a row at 2,807. More than 30,000 cases remain active, and 389 patients are in intensive-care units.
Two of the recently reported deaths were patients age 36-49. Wednesday also set a record for the state's rolling seven-day average of new cases.
Since March, 117,399 cases have been confirmed in the state. Tulsa County recorded 108 new cases Monday, bringing its seven-day rolling average down to 177.
Total deaths have increased in Oklahoma by 75% in the last 14 days, with the state averaging 11.4 deaths per day as cases top 1,000 for sixth consecutive day.
The statewide rolling seven-day average of new cases reached 1,311 on Saturday, its highest mark ever. In October alone, 280 Oklahomans have died of COVID-19, the most of any month since the pandemic began.
The death toll in the state rose to 1,234, and a record 956 Oklahomans were hospitalized with confirmed or suspected infections.