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Car Crashes into Altus Daycare Fence

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ALTUS, Okla._

Altus police are investigating a Saturday morning car accident after a car went careening through a fence and an electrical box.

It happened around 11:30 SATURDAY morning at the 12 hundred block of south Main Street.

According to witnesses the driver of the car lost control departing the roadway. That's when they crashed into the fence of a day care. Witnesses said the driver took off, but later had a change of heart and came back. 

Dispatch reported the driver did not have a license and got behind the wheel after her mother was too medicated to drive.

No one was seriously injured.

 

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