Man Struck By Car Last Night Dies

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Updated: 1/05/2010 3:57 pm Published: 1/04/2010 10:27 pm

UPDATE --  Jason Winston, who was struck by a vehicle Monday, has died from his injuries at St. Johns Hospital.  Police are still looking for the vehicle involved, a 1998 white Chrysler 4-door car with a Oklahoma license plate number 729 DDB.  If you have any information you are asked to contact Crime Stoppers at 596-COPS.  

TULSA, OK -- Around 6:45 pm officers responded to an autopedestrian accident at Yale & Admiral. Police say a 29 yr. old male was walking westbound when he was struck by a car. Police are looking for a 1998 white Chrysler 4-door car, a woman was driving with two small children inside the vehicle. Police say she called the police and told them to meet her around the corner after the accident, then fled before they showed up. The man is in critical condition, suffering from severe head injuries.

Police are looking for the woman and her car, which has Oklahoma license plate number 729 DDB. If you have any information you are asked to contact Crime Stoppers at 596-COPS.  

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cheeze619 - 1/5/2010 11:26 AM
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first off i cant believe people have such a black and cold heart to just leave a man to die,i hope you get whats coming to heartless piece of crap.the funny thing is you would of been fine you wouldnt of gotten in any trouble.second off i will find you and turn you in. my advice to you is to turn yourself in before i do.

roadhunter - 1/5/2010 9:12 AM
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So, they have her phone number, as well as her tag number. Unless both were stolen, they have her in custody by now. Too bad. It was likely the man's fault, and if she'd just stuck around, she would have been released. Now, she's not going to get to see her kids grow up.
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