Oklahoma boy in coma after being struck by two cars

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BRISTOW, Okla. – An Oklahoma boy is in a coma after he was struck by two cars.

8-year-old Robert Spuehler was riding his bike in Bristow Tuesday evening when he rode into an intersection without stopping.

The boy was then struck by two cars.

Witnesses quickly stepped into action and stopped traffic.

According to KOKI, officers and others had to lift a car off of Spuehler.

He was flown to Saint Francis Hospital where he had surgery on his skull.

KOKI says the boy is currently in a coma.


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