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Rollover wreck victim identified

Comanche County, Okla._The victim from Tuesday's fatality wreck on Highway 62 west of Lawton has been identified.

The Cache Police Department identified the victim as 50-year-old Daniel Landen.

The wreck happened when Landen's wife swerved off the highway to avoid a piece of metal. The Highway Patrol says she lost control of the SUV when she got back on the road, and rolled it three times.

She and another passenger were treated for minor injuries and released from the hospital Tuesday.

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