JUSTICE FOR JOSH(FB#TWITTER)

#JUSTICEFORJOSH

WE ARE NOT LOOKING FOR MONEY JUST LOOKING TO BRING AWARENESS FOR THIS LAW IN OKLAHOMA TO BE CHANGED, AND MORE STRENGHENED SENTENCE TO SHOW MORE JUSTICE AND RESPECT TO THOSE FAMILIES AFFECTED BY THIS LAW

We are starting this page for my son Joshuha who was killed in an accident in Grady County, Oklahoma. He and a friend got out to secure their load (LEGALLY PARKED ON THE SHOULDER) when another Vehicle struck them.

http://kfor.com/2014/08/26/deadly-crash-shuts-down-southbound-lanes-of-h-e-bailey-turnpike-near-chickasha/


http://www.okcfox.com/story/26372807/two-dead-following-double-fatality-collision-in-grady-county

http://www.chickashanews.com/news/local_news/article_1c305c06-2d39-11e4-a59f-001a4bcf887a.html


Honoring the Passing of Tower Techs

Tragic accidents in the climbing industry don’t just happen while on the tower. At times people forget that the road is one of the most dangerous places. Two tower technicians, Joshua Oglesby, 22, of Midwest Underground Technology Inc. (MUTI) were killed in a brutal traffic accident this week. Our hearts and prayers go out to their friends and family during this difficult time.


Both lanes on IH-44 southbound closed for more than three hours Tuesday due to a double fatality accident at mile marker 91.

The accident occurred at 9:45 a.m. The two fatalities were outside of their vehicle when the accident occurred.


Oklahoma Highway Patrol officers are still investigating the incident, but Joshua Oglesby (22) of HephzIbah, Georgia and Trevor Flum of Shellbyville, Tenn, lost their lives in the wreck.

The passengers were legally parked on the shoulder of the highway.



http://chickashanow.com/single.php?id=2014-08-27_8%3A11%3A34


http://www.wirelessestimator.com/breaking_news.cfm#MUTI