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Two Officers, Suspect Dead in High Speed Chase

DILL CITY Okla_ Two law enforcement officers have been killed along with a suspect during a high-speed chase.

The suspect has been identified as 27-year-old Quentin Johnson. The accident happened just east of Dill City on Oklahoma Highway 152. Authorities say a Washita County sheriff's deputy and a Burns Flat Police officer died along with the suspect. The names of the three have not been released.

Authorities say there are two crash scenes; one involves the suspect and the other involves the two officers.

 

 

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