• October 27, 2022

Broken Arrow Man Injured in Truck Hit-and-run Accident on East University in Edinburg, TX

Edinburg, TX -- October 11, 2022, a Broken Arrow, Oklahoma man was injured after an accident where a truck hit him, then left the scene.

Details suggest the incident happened along westbound East University Drive near the intersection of 25th Avenue at around 10:00 a.m.

It appears the 71-year-old Broken Arrow man was walking at the time and on westbound lanes. While there, a tractor-trailer hit the man. That truck then left the scene.

The pedestrian sustained injuries said to be incapacitating. Police did not release additional details about the truck involved nor whether or not arrests have been made.

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Broken Arrow Man Injured in Truck Accident on East University in Edinburg, TX

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