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Woman Killed in Hit and Run Accident

LAWTON, Okla._

Lawton police continue to investigate a deadly hit and run accident that killed 35-year-old Glenna Goodplume Friday night.

Police said around 10:30 p.m. Goodplume was crossing Northwest Cache Road near Pershing Avenue when she was struck by an east bound Tahoe.

Police say the driver, a 25-year-old male left the scene but later returned.

Goodplume was pronounced dead at the accident scene.

Police said the driver of the S-U-V was arrested for leaving the scene of a fatal accident.

The eastbound lanes of Cache Road remained closed until five Saturday morning.

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