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Car accident on Cache Road and 44th St.

Lawton, Okla_Traffic was backed up for a couple of hours Monday night on Cache road after a power pole was damaged in a car wreck.  Police say a driver was making a left turn off Cache Road and turned in front of a pickup. The truck hit the car and then hit a power pole. Westbound traffic was re-routed off Cache Road at 38th Street for a couple of hours while PSO crews removed the damaged pole. One person in the car was taken to the hospital with minor injuries. 

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