TULSA, Okla. — Quick Facts:
- Crews responded to a dump truck crash at Hunter Park in south Tulsa Thursday morning.
- Tulsa police say the truck crashed into a creek at the park at 91st between Yale and Sheridan.
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- Hazmat crews responded to the scene as oil reportedly spilled out into the creek.
- The driver of the truck was taken to the hospital.
- Police say two citizens in the park helped get the driver out of the water.
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Crews responded to a dump crash at Hunter Park in south Tulsa just before 10 Thursday morning.
Tulsa police told FOX23 the dump truck swerved off the road and into the creek at the park.
FOX23 was at the scene as crews responded to the crash:
Firefighters say they arrived on the scene to find two citizens help pull the unconscious driver's head out of the water as his legs were pinned from the crash. They say the two strangers may have saved the man's life.
Police say the crash may have been caused by a medical emergency. Officers are talking with the driver at the hospital.
Hazmat crews responded to the scene to clean any fluids that may have leaked into the creek.
Take a look at the scene as taken by the FOX23 SkyView Drone Thursday morning:
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