Woman dies after September accident

Team Radio Marketing Group - October 18, 2017 10:48 am

A passenger in a collision which occurred in Rogers County on Sept. 29 has died, Medical Examiner Elizabeth Sparks announced Wednesday.

Sparks said Lillian Imhoff, 76, of Oologah, Oklahoma, died Oct. 10.

The collision occurred about 3:20 p.m. Sept. 29 on US 169 and County Road N/S 4090, 1 miles south of the city limits of Oologah in Rogers County.

A 2003 Ford F350 driven by Adam Mathis, 34, of  Delaware, Oklahoma, and a 1998 Chevy Silverado driven by Terry Imhoff, 77, of Oologah were northbound on US 169 and collided on the inside lane.

Mathis was not injured, according to the Oklahoma Highway Patrol report.

Terry Imhoff  was transported by OTEMS to St. Francis Hospital in Tulsa.  He was admitted in stable condition with head, trunk internal and trunk external injuries.

Lillian Imhoff was transported by OTEMS to St. Francis Hospital in Tulsa and admitted in serious condition with trunk internal injuries.

The Highway Patrol is continuing its investigation.

 

 

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