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Comanche Co. Woman in Hospital After Accident

COMANCHE CO., Okla_ A woman is in the hospital after her car was rear ended and sent into a ditch.

It happened just before noon Thursday at the intersection of Deyo and Lee in Lawton. The driver of the red Mustang was slowing down to make a turn, when the black truck hit her from behind. That caused her car to roll over into a ditch.

The driver of the truck walked away with no injuries. The woman's condition is unknown.

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