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November 9, 2012

Man hospitalized after crash dies

A man involved in a single-vehicle crash on the west side of town last month died in a Tulsa hospital, according to an Oklahoma Highway Patrol report.

Quincy Scott, 38, was taken to St. Francis Hospital in critical condition with a head injury after the crash. The vehicle Scott was driving was northbound on 54th Street when it went off the roadway to the right, struck a culvert, then went off the left side of the street and struck a tree.

The OHP report states Scott, 38, died Oct. 29, six days after the crash. The report states there was an odor of alcohol in the vehicle after the crash.  

Two children, a 7-year old boy and a 5-year old girl, were injured in the collision. The report states they were treated and released from Muskogee Regional Medical Center.

 

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