OKLAHOMA CITY - Witnesses say they rushed to help after a serious wreck involving three vehicles in northwest Oklahoma City.
Lori Good, a witness to the crash, told News 4 on Wednesday that she was sitting on her front porch when she saw a white Ford speeding down Kentucky, near N.W. 10th St.
Moments later, she heard a horrendous crash.
Good says she called 911 and rushed to the scene to help. Another witness said that the speeding car ran a stop sign and was t-boned by the black SUV. A white Chevy Camaro was also damaged in the crash.
Good says she went to check on the people in the white Ford, but they were nowhere to be found.
"The condition of that car is unbelievable. I actually can't believe that somebody really was able to get out of that vehicle and walk away from it. The engine is completely dislodged, almost out of the vehicle, the windshield's completely wasted," Lori Good said.
Good says a person in the black vehicle suffered a leg injury, but was alert and talking. The driver and passenger in the Chevy Camaro were said to be OK.
At last check, police had not caught up to the driver of the white Ford who fled the scene.