• October 19, 2022

James Reese Killed in Single-Vehicle Accident on E2000 Road in Choctaw County, OK

Choctaw County, OK — October 16, 2022, 47-year-old James Reese died in a single-vehicle accident on E2000 Road in Choctaw County.

Authorities say the incident happened around 8:40 p.m. along E2000 Road, roughly two miles south of Spencerville. Preliminary investigation suggests Reese was driving west when he lost control for unknown reasons. His Jeep ran off the road, hit a tree, and overturned.

Reese, reportedly not wearing a seat belt, suffered fatal injuries in the crash.

The investigation continues. No further information is currently available.

Commentary on James Reese Accident in Choctaw County

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