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Lawton Man Dies in I-44 Motorcycle Accident

WICHITA FALLS, Texas_ A Lawton man and a woman riding with him on a motorcycle died Sunday night in a crash on I-44 in Burkburnett. 

The victims have been identified as 53-year-old Gary Grant and 49-year-old Suzanne Henson, of Georgia.  Police say Grant was taking a curve when he lost control, went through the median to the other side, and was hit head-on by an SUV.

Both bodies have been sent to the medical examiner for autopsies.  No one in the SUV was hurt.

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