Idabel, Ok. Speed is being blamed for an accident that killed a man in Oklahoma on Thursday morning.
It happened just after 1 a.m., about three miles north of Haworth, Oklahoma in McCurtain County.
According to the police report, Jamal Clay, 36, was speeding when his 2009 Dodge Challenger left the road, hit a ditch, went into a broad slide and struck a utility pole. The vehicle rolled two times and struck a tree before coming to a rest.
Clay was pronounced dead at the scene.