Man struck and killed by vehicle in Tulsa County; victim in Wednesday crash identified

A man in the roadway was struck and killed by a vehicle in Tulsa County. The driver did not stop, the Oklahoma Highway Patrol reports
FROM STAFF REPORTS Modified: August 6, 2012 at 9:30 pm •  Published: August 6, 2012
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A man who was lying in the roadway was struck and killed in Tulsa County on Monday by someone who fled the scene and officials released the name of a man found dead inside a fiery crash Wednesday, the Oklahoma Highway Patrol reported.

James Allman, 21, Collinsville

About 2:10 a.m., Allman was killed about U.S. 169 about a mile north of 56th Street North, the patrol reports. The vehicle that struck Allman was driven by an unknown person who did not stop, the patrol reports. Allman was dead at the scene from massive injuries. Allman had been driving his vehicle north when he stopped on the shoulder, got out and walked across the median to the southbound lane where he lay down in the far left lane, the patrol reports.

Tobias Andrew Dunlap, 25, Denison, Texas

Dunlap was driving a mechanic truck north on U.S. 283, about two miles southeast of Arnett in Ellis County, when the driver's side tire blew out, the vehicle went out of control, struck two trees and caught fire Wednedsay evening, according to a patrol report. Dunlap died at the scene, troopers said.



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