Collinsville man charged with manslaughter in US 75 wreck that killed Bartlesville woman

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A Collinsville man has been charged with first degree manslaughter following a Friday wreck on U.S. 75 resulting in the death of a Bartlesville woman.

Court documents allege Michael Joseph Ennis, 33, was intoxicated when he drove his 2018 BMW I3 southbound in the northbound lane of U.S. 75, colliding head-on with a 2013 Honda Pilot.

Emily Hood, who was in the Honda Pilot, was transported to a Tulsa hospital, where she was pronounced dead from injuries sustained in the wreck. Three others from the vehicle, two of whom are under the age of 18, were treated and released from the same hospital.

Ennis was treated and released from another hospital. In a Tuesday court appearance, Ennis’ bond was set at $500,000 and he was scheduled to return to court on Dec. 17. As of Thursday afternoon, he was still in the Washington County jail.

Hood, 45, was married with two teenage sons. A service is planned for 2 p.m. on Friday at First Christian Church.

This article originally appeared on Bartlesville Examiner-Enterprise: Collinsville man charged with manslaughter in fatal US 75 wreck

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