Parkhill man dies 3 days following crash

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TAHLEQUAH, Okla. (AP) — The Oklahoma Highway Patrol says a 79-year-old Parkhill man has died three days after the pickup truck he was driving crashed near Tahlequah in Cherokee County.

An OHP report says Kenneth Stewart died Sunday at a Tulsa hospital following Thursday’s crash about 4 miles west of Tahlequah.

The report says Stewart was eastbound on a county road when he apparently lost consciousness and drove through a filed and struck a utility pole before crashing through two fences and coming to a stop.

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