• June 02, 2017

Cory Carlile Killed in Elmore City, OK, Single-Vehicle Accident

Elmore City, OK -- May 31, 2017, Cory Carlile was killed following an accident where his vehicle somehow lost control and crashed off-road.

Oklahoma State Police officials released preliminary information regarding the fatal incident, which they say happened at around 12:45 a.m. along State Highway 76.

Preliminary details reported indicate that 37-year-old Carlile was traveling northbound along the highway when he came to a stop sign. His vehicle reportedly blew through the stop sign, ran off the roadway, and then crashed into an embankment.

Carlile's injuries were said to be fatal, and he died at the scene of the crash. Police claim that alcohol was a contributing factor.

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