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Front loader flips into ditch on Lee Blvd

LAWTON,Okla_A  front loader with its wheels in the air sits on east Lee Blvd after it  toppled over Monday evening. 

Workers say it happened around 5:30 after the driver of the bulldozer got too close to the ditch while on a hill near Flowermound Road on east Lee. 

The truck lost traction and rolled  over onto its top and into the ditch. Luckily, only the driver's ego was hurt.  He was able to walk away.

The bulldozer will remain in the ditch until a big enough crane or wench is brought in to get it out.

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