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UPDATE: Two killed in Caddo County crash

Near Apache- Two people are dead following a head-on crash Saturday night just south of Apache near the Comanche County line on State Highway 62.

Oklahoma Highway Patrol says 56-year-old Debra Blackwell of Apache and 49-year-old Larry Odum of Fort Cobb both died at the scene.

Troopers say the pickup Blackwell was a passenger in was heading northbound on 62 when the driver tried to pass a car and slammed head on into Odum's truck.  They say Odum was thrown 43 feet from his truck. 

The other driver, 50-year-old Karl Keough of Apache, was taken by helicopter to an Oklahoma City Hospital in good condition.

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