Correction: The man questioned by authorities was not arrested according to OKCPD as previously reported.
OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) – A person was questioned by police after a hit and run crash involving U.S Senate candidate, Abby Broyles.
The collision occurred this past weekend in northwest Oklahoma City as Broyles was driving home from dinner with a friend.
Broyles, a former KFOR reporter and anchor who is running as the Democratic nominee against U.S. Senator Jim Inhofe in the November election, released the following statement about the crash:
“I’m thankful for the hard work of the Oklahoma City police department to find the driver who hit me. I’m confident in law enforcement carrying out justice in this case. I’m still very sore; I’ve had multiple doctor visits and will have more over the next few weeks. Thankfully I have health insurance – thousands of Oklahomans do not, either because of lack of access or cost, or both. This is what we are fighting for in this campaign, but I didn’t think I would be giving a first-person example of the disparities in our healthcare system.”Abby Broyles, U.S. Senate candidate
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