OKC Woman Claims She Didn’t Know She Ran Over Husband in Fatal Hit-and-Run Accident

May 24, 2014
by The Atkins & Markoff Team

OKC Woman Claims She Didn’t Know She Ran Over Husband in Fatal Hit-and-Run Accident

One of the more outrageous Oklahoma City car accident news stories involves a wife who says she was not “aware” of running over her husband with her pickup truck in an accident that took place on October 4, 2012. Oklahoma police responded to a hit-and-run accident at NW 23rd Street and Penn on the evening of October 4, and found Harry Robbins lying in the street with significant head trauma. Robbins was rushed to the hospital where he was pronounced dead the following day, and police ultimately arrested his wife, 49-year-old Lisa Bradley, for the death of her husband. If you lost a loved one in an OK car accident, contact our wrongful death attorneys at AMA Law to discuss your options for legal recourse.


Upon questioning witnesses to the fatal Oklahoma City car accident, police discovered that a driver had intentionally struck and run over Robbins, and a vehicle that matched the description of a truck driven by one of two women who lived with the victim was identified as the one involved in the hit-and-run accident. A few hours after the Oklahoma accident occurred, Bradley contacted OK police and admitted to detectives that she was married to Robbins and that the two were having domestic problems. She told police that as she left their home on the evening of the accident, Robbins jumped on the hood of her pickup truck. Bradley said she accelerated and then hit the brakes to get Robbins off of her vehicle, and then drove away without checking on him after he fell off the truck.


Bradley told police that she decided to contact the authorities after seeing a story about the Oklahoma car accident on the news, and according to Bradley, she “was not aware if she ran over Robbins or not as she was leaving.” Bradley was arrested by Oklahoma police on complaints of assault with a deadly weapon and deadly use of force. If you have been injured in an Oklahoma City car accident caused by another person, or if you lost a loved one in such an accident, contact our knowledgeable car accident attorneys at AMA Law today. Our car accident lawyers have extensive experience protecting the rights of Oklahoma car accident victims, and can help you pursue the compensation you deserve for your injuries, medical bills and other losses.