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Free Dental Clinic Underway in Lawton

Lawton- The Oklahoma Mission of Mercy free dental clinic is underway Friday morning in Lawton.

Organizers say close to 600 people were in line when the services began at 5 a.m. About 2,000 volunteers from across the state are at the Great Plains Coliseum to offer their skills. The parking lot may look packed, but we're told there is plenty of room for more patients. In fact, organizers are encouraging people who were thinking about waiting until Saturday, to go to the clinic on Friday.

Again, the services are free to all. You do not have to have insurance or even an ID. The clinic runs through 5 p.m. Friday and from 5 a.m. - 5 p.m. on Saturday

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