Police question a man in connection to the hit-and-run of U.S. Candidate Abby Broyles

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Abby Broyles

Correction: The man questioned by authorities was not arrested according to OKCPD as previously reported.

OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) โ€“ 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.

Picture of Abby Broyles
Abby Broyles

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:

“Iโ€™m thankful for the hard work of the Oklahoma City police department to find the driver who hit me. Iโ€™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 โ€“ 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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