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Man may lose leg following alleged drunk driving accident

An Oklahoma man may face life as an amputee following a car accident that occurred on June 9 at around 12:40 a.m. An officer with the Chickasha Police Department responded to the wreck and arrested the driver of a red truck following treatment for his injuries at the hospital. The victim of the accident was reportedly outside of his vehicle on the shoulder of the highway at the time of the collision. The police report noted that his truck and trailer were parked clear of the fog line.

Children survive crash caused by their mother's drunk driving

Here in Oklahoma, we all know the dangers of drunk driving. Unfortunately, some people continue to get behind the wheel after consuming alcohol, putting themselves, their passengers and others on the road at risk. Sadly, a weekend drunk driving accident in Clayton showed far too clearly the serious consequences of drunk driving

Drug expert said driver in 2012 crash seemed intoxicated

On Tuesday we wrote about the witness testimony that was heard in the trial of a man who is charged with manslaughter after a 2012 accident caused the death of an Oklahoma City woman. As we've continued to follow the story, further reports say that a former police officer and drug recognition expert who went to the hospital after the fatal accident to evaluate the driver suspected that he was under the influence of prescription medication.

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