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Update: Famous Oklahoma inventor killed in weekend hit and run in N.W. OKC


UPDATE: 1:29 p.m. The Oklahoma City Police Department now says it is looking for a 2006-2008 Mazda 6 in connection with this deadly hit and run.

Anyone with information is asked to call (405)297-1143 or (405)297-1145.


UPDATE: 6/23/14  NewsChannel 4 has learned the victim of a hit and run in Oklahoma City is Jack McClung, 79, the inventor of Blue Stuff.

The ointment made from Emu Oil became a big hit with claims it cured severe pain.

Police say McClung had just left Braum’s and was walking across NW 23rd street with a bag of groceries. They say a car traveling eastbound at a high rate of speed hit McClung and then sped off.

Police are looking for a black, four door Mazda Mitsubishi or Honda with a red bumper, red grill and red stripe down the side. It should have heavy damage to the driver side windshield and a missing driver side window.

If you know where this car is or have seen it contact Oklahoma City Police.


UPDATED 5:11 p.m. 6/22/2014

According to officials and NewsChannel 4’s Sarah Stewart the victim involved in a deadly hit and run accident has died.

Officials have not yet released the name of the victim.

UPDATE 4:10 p.m. 6/22/2014

Oklahoma City’s Public Information Officer Jason Samuel confirmed that the victim is critically injured and has been transported to Presbyterian hospital.

Officials say the male victim was reportedly leaving a “Braum’s” on N.W. 23rd when they crossed the street without using a crosswalk.

The suspect’s car has been described as a black, four door Mazda, or Honda, with a red stripe down the side, with a red bumper.

OKLAHOMA CITY – Police are searching for a subject who was involved in a hit and run accident in northwest Oklahoma City.

Scanner traffic indicated that the subject is driving a black Honda.

Officials said the car hit a person and fled the scene near N.W. 23rd and Geraldine.

Traffic should avoid the area and find an alternate route.

Authorities said the Honda has heavy damage to the windshield.