Police Identify Tulsa Woman Killed By Pickup After Domestic Dispute
Tulsa police tape and cars are pictured at the scene where a Tulsa woman was struck by a pickup.
A Tulsa police officer walks by the dually pickup that was involved in the collision.
TULSA, Oklahoma -- A Tulsa woman is dead after she was run over by a pickup truck in what police say began as a domestic dispute. Timi Trotter, 46, died at St. Francis Hospital about an hour after the collision.
Trotter was struck by the vehicle at the Cherry Hill Mobile Home Park, 4800 South Elwood. Police say Trotter and an unidentified man were in separate vehicles when they stopped at that location, and Trotter walked up to the window of the truck.
She and the male driver of the truck argued, and when the man drove away Trotter was hit by the rear wheels of the dually pickup.
Tulsa police took the man in for questioning, and he was later released. They are investigating the incident, but no charges have been filed.
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