Accident News on May 8, 2019
Oklahoma City, OK (May 8, 2019) – Oklahoma Highway Patrol responded to the scene of a pedestrian accident on Monday, May 6th.
According to OHP, 38-year-old Sandy Lee Maxwell was traveling north along Interstate 35 during the evening hours.
22-year-old Jenny Seymour was traveling along the roadway and struck Ms. Maxwell. As Ms. Maxwell lay in the road injured, 59-year-old Brenda Aurelia Edge struck her a second time near SE 29th Street.
Around 10:40 p.m., Oklahoma Highway Patrol arrived at the scene to pronounce Maxwell deceased.
Every year, numerous individuals lose their lives in fatal pedestrian accidents annually in Oklahoma. Unfortunately, the human body stands very little chance against motor vehicles on the roadway. When pedestrians are killed in motor vehicle accidents, it is imperative that surviving relatives contact an Oklahoma pedestrian accident attorney as soon as possible. Families deserve justice for the wrongful death of their loved ones, so it is crucial to hold those at fault accountable for their actions.
Oklahoma wrongful death attorneys at McIntyre Law have over eight decades of experience helping victims, and their families, get the justice they deserve. Our law firm is dedicated to protecting our communities, which is why we work aggressively to help those harmed. Contact our Law firm today at (405) 917- 5250 to get started with your case.
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