Parents Involved In Wrong-Way Crash Die From Injuries; Fort Gibson Businesses Hold Fundraiser For Family

The parents of two children have died after being injured in a wrong-way crash on Monday. A fundraiser is being held in Fort Gibson on Saturday to raise money for the Impson family after four members were injured in a crash.

Saturday, May 1st 2021, 8:31 am

By: News On 6


Klint and Katie Impson have died from their injuries after being seriously injured in a crash on I-40, according to the West Side Alliance.

The Impsons were traveling with their children, Karson and Kase, to a soccer tournament in Oklahoma City on Monday when they were hit by a wrong-way driver.

Related Story: Muskogee Community Asks For Prayers For Family Of 4 Critically Injured In Wrong-Way Crash

Legacy Nutrition and Legendary Fitness in Fort Gibson are having a fundraiser on Saturday to raise money for the Impson family.

The Fort Gibson businesses will grill hot dogs, hamburgers, and serve shakes and teas with the proceeds and donations going directly to the family.

The fundraiser will be run until 4 p.m. Saturday afternoon. For more information on how to help the Impson children CLICK HERE


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