2-vehicle crash on OK-16 at E 100th St near Okay kills motorcyclist

Posted on Tuesday, June 11th, 2024 at 2:17 am    

WAGONER CO., OK – A 61-year-old man died Saturday in a two-vehicle crash along the highway in southeast Wagoner County, reports Fox 23.

The incident occurred around 1:30 p.m. on OK-16 at East 100th Street North, which is south of Wagoner and northwest of Okay.

Police haven’t shared any details about the accident except to say that it involved a vehicle and a motorcycle.

The motorcyclist, identified as James David Spring, died while in transit to the hospital.

It’s unclear if the other driver sustained injuries in the accident.

A full investigation is underway. Our team of news writers will circle back if we learn more about the cause of the collision.

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