Victim of hit and run in Broken Arrow identified


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Reported by: Martina Del Bonta
Updated: 1/30 10:46 am Published: 1/29 3:44 pm


The victim of Wednesday's hit and run in Broken Arrow has been identified as Logan Henry.

Henry, a freshman at North Intermediate High School was hit while running across 1st Street at South Intermediate High School and was hit around 2:20 p.m. on Wednesday. A Broken Arrow School District official said Henry was running as part of cross-country practice.

Jordan Hunter, 18, faces charges of leaving the scene of an injury collision.  According to the police report Hunter told police he tried to hit the brakes, but 'it happened so quick I didn't have time to swerve or anything.' 

Hunter told police he panicked when he saw the victim lying on the side of the road and he 'didn't know what to do so he went and got his mother. Hunter returned to the scene about 10 minutes after the accident. Hunter submitted to blood tests while on scene with police.

A hearing has been set for March 6th. Henry is in stable condition at a hospital.


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Mayor Maynot - 1/30/2014 11:05 AM
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Greg777 #8 ^]] In reality the dead chopper pilot that you are referring to was a full grown adult He's not only expected to be responsible for his own welfare (here's the kicker) he's supposed to fly victims in on life flight. Blame the server? Did he have a bottle in his pocket? Easy to throw away after he leaves the bar. That is what I would suspect. You can't get a .30 BAC from the few drinks that he had in the bar.

Gregg777 - 1/30/2014 10:12 AM
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HOw strange, isnt it crazy how the 18yr old girl that hit a guy and also went home to tell daddy only to return to the scene to laern that another vehicle hit him and killed him. She doesnt get charged with anything... WTF is wrong with that picture. That guys blood is on her hands, had she not left he may not have been hit twice and perhaps could have been alive today.

picuchosbby - 1/30/2014 8:15 AM
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So this kid is in jail why ? he came back he should of just gotten a ticket! The man that cause my sister death accident fled the scene was hunt down nd still not give nor ticket or jail time how does this system work??

Mayor Maynot - 1/30/2014 7:40 AM
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Getting by #8 ^]] His mommy and his daddy are responsible for teaching their urchin how to cross the street. If he has not learned THAT valuable lesson by now how can you expect the rest of the world to pick up the slack.

firemike922 - 1/30/2014 5:31 AM
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@07012005, are you kidding me? Their stories are so full of holes sometimes it's ridiculous. Fox used to be pretty good about getting all the facts on a story, now there are so many that either don't make sense, have missing information, or have major grammatical/punctuation errors. It's sad...

gettingby - 1/30/2014 5:00 AM
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since he was running cross country for school organized practice, I wonder if the school is logically liable for his medical bills--sorry for the driver as well, who did return-----I have always wondered why with insurance and gas and upkeep, why do parents allow the kids to drive to school since there is a working bus system and many kids could just walk or bike in better weather

07012005af - 1/29/2014 5:24 PM
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Doing the fact finding for fox23. The cross country runner ran across the street to catch up with the fellow teammates. The person driving the vehicle left the scene and returned with a parent. The witnesses at the scene stated the student ran in front of the vehicle. The vehicle did not have time to stop to avoid the runner. Please make sure when reporting the news not to sensationalize a tragic accident.

Rainydaygirl - 1/29/2014 4:54 PM
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I pick my daughter up from North every day, and it is a very dangerous street. People park illegal, causing other cars to drive around them putting them in the wrong lane, kids are crossing the street all over the place, some of the student drivers drive carelessly and I cringe almost daily at "almost accidents". This is not a safe place for the students to be walking/crossing and I hope this causes safer precautions!

Mayor Maynot - 1/29/2014 4:34 PM
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How sad. Hope the child is ok. Running across the street is not a good idea. You get to a street stop running look both ways then proceed when it's safe.
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