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Landscape Worker Hit, Dragged On BA Expressway

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Tulsa Police are looking for the driver responsible for hitting a landscape worker on the Broken Arrow Expressway.

It happened Saturday evening near the Garnett exit.

Officers say a blue Lincoln 4-door car hit a landscape worker on the side of the road.

The worker got stuck on the hood of the vehicle before being thrown off.

Witnesses followed the suspect's vehicle to an apartment complex near 31st E Ave. and Highway 169.

"We got numerous calls from citizens who saw the gentlemen come flying off the car," says Capt. Rick Helberg of the Tulsa Police Department.

Anyone with information is urged to call CrimeStoppers at 918-596-COPS. Callers may remain anonymous.

No word yet on the man's condition. He was wearing a safety vest at the time.

The driver is facing felony hit-and-run charges.

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