Sand Springs woman dies days after being involved in accident near Mannford
10:47 PM, Feb 12, 2018
3:27 AM, Feb 13, 2018
MANNFORD, Okla. -- A 22-year-old Sand Springs woman has passed away from injuries that occurred in a two-car accident west of Mannford on Feb. 4, according to the Oklahoma ME's office in Tulsa.
Alicia Washington was admitted into a Tulsa hospital after the accident in critical condition with trunk, head and leg injuries. She died Feb. 8 at approximately 9 p.m., the Oklahoma Medical Examiner’s Office in Tulsa reported.
The location of the accident was Highway 51 at County Road 417th W. Ave., a little more than six miles west of Mannford, in the afternoon.
The Oklahoma Highway Patrol reported that one vehicle was traveling eastbound on Highway 51 and the vehicle that Washington was in was going westbound. The eastbound vehicle crossed the center line and collided with the vehicle Washington was in.
Washington was a passenger in the westbound vehicle. The driver of the second vehicle was pinned for about 45 minutes, according to the OHP report.
Washington was ejected from the vehicle she was in and thrown approximately 45 feet.
The driver of the first vehicle, a 2015 Dodge Ram 2500, was driven by Danny Kilcrease, 47, of Jennings. He was in stable condition with a leg injury. A juvenile riding with him was not injured.
The vehicle Washington was riding in, a 2005 Chevrolet Cobalt, was driven by Kaleb Moore, 24, of Sand Springs. Moore was transported to a Tulsa hospital and was admitted in critical condition with trunk and leg injuries.
The OHP said seatbelts were not in use in either vehicle.