Edmond driver strikes person, fuel tanker, flees scene

Posted on Monday, July 19th, 2021 at 2:06 pm    

OKLAHOMA CITY, OK – A driver fled the scene of an accident on Monday morning after striking a gas station employee and a fuel tanker, reports KFOR.

At around 2 a.m. a driver struck an employee of the OnCue gas station located at 3735 NW 164th St, near the intersection of NW 164th and Portland Ave, and then slammed into a fuel tanker truck, starting a fire in the process.

The employee who was struck as well as the driver of the fuel tanker were both hospitalized with minor injuries. The driver of the car fled the scene and is still at large.

This information is presented as a way to help keep our community safer and is not meant to be taken as legal advice. However, the Oklahoma car accident attorneys at the Abel Law Firm have helped clients secure financial compensation for their medical bills, lost wages, and other expenses. If you or someone you love has been injured in an accident involving another vehicle, contact us today for a free consultation.


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