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Wichita Falls man dies after crash in SW Oklahoma

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Cotton County, OK- Oklahoma Highway Patrol says a Wichita Falls man has died after he was injured in a car crash.

Troopers say 80-year-old Clarence Eugene Bishop was a passenger in a car that rear-ended a pickup on I-44 in Cotton County Monday night. Troopers say the car went off the road and hit the center barrier. The driver, Linda Baxter of Burkburnett, was taken to a hospital in fair condition.

OHP says Bishop died around 10:20 Wednesday night at United Regional Medical Center in Wichita Falls.

 

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