Police have identified the 15-year-old male who passed away early Thursday morning.
Caleb Elliott died at the scene after a pickup truck hit the passenger side of a vehicle in which the teen was a passenger and his mother was driving.
Witnesses have come forward to say the driver of the pickup didn't run a red light, leading to the death of a teen.
Police say it was orginally reported that the driver had run the red light and no skid marks were found at the scene.
Instead, witnesses told police that the mother and son were stalled at the light.
Once their vehicle began to move, the pickup blindsided them by accident.
Since it's believed that the driver did not run the red light, police say he should not face any charges.
KRMG News has learned that the fatality in the crash was a 15-year-old boy who was celebrating his birthday today.
Tulsa police are investigating a traffic fatality at 11th and Memorial
The accident was reported to police at 4:55 a.m. Thursday when someone inside one of the vehicles that was involved in the crash was reported to be trapped inside the vehicle and unresponsive.
After the collision, both vehicles were setting at the intersection and were facing in the wrong direction for traffic.
Tulsa police tell us, "The driver of the pickup was transported to the hospital in an unknown condition. The driver of the other car was taken to hospital with several broken bones and then we do have one fatality in the passenger car."
We're told that the passenger car was t-boned by the pickup truck.
"More than likely it's going to come down somebody ran a light."
Police also say that the silver car was driving northbound and the truck was westbound before the collision.
One person was taken from the scene to Saint Francis Hospital.
Another person was taken to OSU Medical Center.
Police called for blood kits to be delivered by officers to both hospitals.
Blood kits can be used to determine the level of alcohol that may be present in a patient's blood.
We're told that there were no witnesses to the collision.