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Yukon woman killed in New Year’s Eve crash

Amanda Carson, 37, of Yukon was pronounced dead at OU Medical Center on New Year’s Eve after a crash around 11 p.m. on Southbound Kilpatrick Turnpike at Wilshire Boulevard.

The crash involved a car and Carson’s SUV. The driver of the car was Craig Maker, 30, of Edmond. He sustained a leg injury and was taken to OU Medical Center. He was treated and released. Authorities said Maker was driving under the influence. He was arrested for DUI.

Carson had three passengers in the SUV, including a nine year old who was taken to OU Medical Center in critical condition, and a four year old who was taken to OU Medical Center and was treated and released. The third passenger was not identified, but is in critical condition at OU Medical Center.

Oklahoma Highway Patrol troopers are still investigating the crash.

The Yukon Review will have a full story the paper and online Wednesday, Jan. 4.

 

Updated at 11:28 Jan. 3.

 

3 Comments

  1. Robert on January 1, 2017 at 7:53 pm

    I’m sick and tired of seeing innocent people killed by irresponsible that have no self control. Alcohol is a drug and needs to be treated as such! This is murder by the driver and should be treated with the utmost punishment.

    • Tiffany on January 3, 2017 at 7:24 pm

      He has had multiple DUI’s!!! It is horrible this woman had to lose her life and a nine year old and an 18 year old are laying in the hospital in ICU for something to be done. So many lives destroyed by one mans actions. This doesn’t even count his children, wife, everyone’s family. It’s sad

  2. Taylor Campbell on December 27, 2017 at 10:18 am

    Updates on the driver’s punishment?

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