Single Vehicle Accident Claims Life of Dallas Man

Wet weather earlier this week caused issues on the roadways across the state, including an accident that claimed the life of a Dallas man, who was killed despite wearing a seatbelt, Oklahoma highway Patrol said.

Officials identified the man as 34-year-old Adrian Antwon Cleaver who was traveling down Highway 77 near Ardmore when his Chrysler SUV hydroplaned, causing him to lose control of the vehicle.

Cleaver’s SUV struck a utility pole after crashing into a fence off the highway. He was transported to Parkland Hospital in Dallas where he later passed away as a result of injuries he endured in the car accident.

Even during adverse weather conditions vehicle manufacturers have the technology and resources to design and produce a vehicle that protects occupants during rollover accidents and other crashes.

Pictures of Cleaver’s vehicle show the roof and front of the vehicle smashed and mangled. But despite the severe damage of the vehicle, Cleaver was wearing his seatbelt, one of the most important aspects of protecting oneself from injuries and death during an accident.

Police are still looking investigating the accident.

Our thoughts and prayers are with the family and friends of Adrian Antwon Cleaver.

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