Young man killed in rollover accident

Posted on Tuesday, May 19th, 2020 at 8:34 pm    

OKLAHOMA CITY, OK – A young man was killed in a rollover accident Sunday morning, according to KOCO News 5.

Landon Elliot, 18, was found dead by his vehicle near Moccasin Trail Road at 10:20 a.m.

The Oklahoma Highway Patrol report states that Elliot failed to yield at a stop sign. He then traveled across all the lanes of North Harris Avenue, went over the curb, through a ditch, and struck several trees.

Elliot’s 2011 Volkswagen is reported to have rolled an unknown amount of times. Elliot was ejected from his vehicle.

Elliot was pronounced dead at the scene.

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