Haskell County, OK (August 15, 2019) – A Stigler man dies nearly two weeks after a crash with a tractor-trailer.
55-year-old John David Thompson was driving his Ford pickup when the driver of a tractor-trailer ran the stop sign on Oklahoma 9.
Authorities say 58-year-old Feliciano Rosas was driving a Freightliner when he ran a stop sign and T-boned Thompson’s pickup. Thompson was pinned in the pickup for almost 20 minutes before being airlifted to St. Francis in Tulsa, where he was admitted in critical condition. Thompson died August 27.
The two passengers, Steven Ishcomer of Oklahoma City and Virginia Doge of Ada were taken to a McAlester hospital where they were treated for minor injuries.
Our condolences go out to Mr. Thompson’s family.
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