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November 21, 2011by admin0

Accidents Kill 2 Men

A Roff man died Wednesday after a collision with a tractor trailer rig and an Owasso man was killed Thursday in a single vehicle accident.

Dead are: Lynn Earl Dodson, 41, Roff; Lawrence G. Ramey, 61, Owasso. 69 in Pittsburg County, the Oklahoma Highway Patrol reported.

His brother, Lloyd Eric Dodson of Tupelo, was in critical condition at a Tulsa hospital.

Troopers said the Dodson car made a left turn in front of a tractor trailer rig, which struck the car in the right door.

The driver of the rig was not injured. He had a passenger who was treated for minor injuries and released.

Ramey was pinned in his pickup for 90 minutes and died from massive burns after he drove off State Highway 20, about seven miles west of Claremore in Rogers County. Thursday when he lost control of his pickup and struck an embankment, troopers said.Cheap Jerseys free shipping

Ramey was pronounced dead at the scene. He was not wearing a seat belt, troopers said.

PITTSBURGH A 17 year old Oklahoma girl struggling to hold out for a new set of lungs remained in serious condition Thursday.

Kimberly Fuller of Yukon, OK, was moved out of the intensive care unit of Children’s Hospital last Friday and upgraded from critical to serious condition.

She was removed from a respirator but continued to receive oxygen through a tube in her nose.

“It’s just her pure resiliency and will that got her out of the intensive care unit,” said hospital spokeswoman Sue Cardillo.

“She’s just a determined young lady. ” Kimberly has been on a waiting list for her second lung transplant since April 24, 1992.

In 1985, at the age of 9, she was the youngest person in the nation to undergo a heart lung transplant. She spent 18 months on the donor list before that operation, which was needed because of a rare degenerative disease that scars the lung tissue and impairs the immune system.

Now she needs a second lung transplant because of a degenerative process resulting from organ rejection.

Athletes Raise $40,000 The Fellowship of Christian Athletes raised about $40,000 during an auction at the Lincoln Plaza Hotel on Tuesday night, an organization official said Wednesday.

More than 400 items, including footballs, helmets, baseballs and jerseys that were signed and donated by star athletes were auctioned.

The proceeds will provide operating funds for the organization’s eight member staff which serves about 15,000 members in 400 schools across the state.

Brookhaven Run Scheduled The Norman Regional Hospital Foundation will hold its seventh annual Brookhaven Run on Labor Day at Brookhaven Village at NW 36 and W Robinson in Norman.

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