Four die from injuries suffered in Oklahoma wrecks
Oklahoma City police said Lee Michael Day, 38, who was hit by a car Tuesday near NW 10 and Western Avenue, and a Wilburton man, whose van crashed in Pittsburg County, died from their injuries. Troopers also released the names of two other men who died in crashes.
Three people injured in wrecks Tuesday and Wednesday died from their injuries, authorities said, and the incident report from a drag racing crash Friday was released.
Jason Markley, 34, of Wilburton
About 2:10 p.m. Wednesday, Markley was driving a van east on State Highway 64, two miles west of Haileyville in Pittsburg County, when the van left the road, struck a tree and caught fire, according to the Oklahoma Highway Patrol.
Markley died at the scene, troopers said. It is not known if he was wearing a seat belt.
Lee Michael Day, 38
Oklahoma City police Sgt. Jennifer Wardlow said officers got a call about 3:30 p.m. Tuesday about an accident near NW 10 and Western Avenue. A witness at the scene told officers a vehicle went up on a curb and hit a pedestrian.
Day was taken to a hospital with serious injuries and later died from his injuries, Wardlow said.
Witnesses at the scene said the man and woman in the car fled the scene, police said.
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