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Man Killed After Crashing into Pole

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LAWTON, Okla_One man has died after crashing his truck late Saturday night.

Lawton Police were called to the scene in the parking lot of the Hog Pin Bowling Alley at NW 31st and Cache Road just after 10 PM Saturday night.

 

Police say the driver of the pick-up some how lost control of his truck and crashed into a light pole.

The truck was wrapped around the pole, and police said the driver looked to be seriously injured.

The driver was transported to the hospital and died shortly after arriving.

Police taped off the scene and performed an accident reconstruction.

The cause of the accident as well as the driver's identity remains unknown.

 

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