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Lawton Man Shot in Head Should Survive

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LAWTON Okla_ The Lawton man shot in the head Thursday night is expected to survive.

It happened just after 10:00PM just off of Quanah Parker Trailway and Horton.  21-year-old Mark Comacho-Ramos was shot near his eye, and the bullet never exited. He was flown to an Oklahoma City hospital.

Detectives say they've talked with several people in the home, and they're all saying the gun went off by accident. However, some reports show that police have arrested someone. They wouldn't confirm that.

We'll keep you updated.

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