Authorities are still looking for the SUV involved in a suspected road rage accident that claimed the life of a Tulsa teenager.
Tulsa Police say the two cars, that left a bar in downtown Tulsa early Sunday morning, were apparently involved in some sort of fight. The maroon SUV and the Oldsmobile Bravada were trying to force each other off the road. That's when the Bravada lost control and flipped slamming into a church at 201 E 2nd Street. The SUV drove off.
19-year-old Matesha Lewis, who was a passenger in the Bravada, was killed. Officers say more than 200 people gathered at the scene after the accident. When firefighters tried to get the victims out of the car, fights broke out. It took a short while to get things under control.
Four other victims were taken to the hospital.