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Lawton woman in critical condition after rollover accident

LAWTON, Okla._ A 27-year-old woman is in critical condition Sunday night after being ejected from her car following a rollover accident just west of Lawton.

She was driving south on SW 82nd Street just before 10 a.m. Sunday morning when she went off the roadway, and then over-corrected sending her back across the roadway.

Her car then struck a fence pole, and rolled numerous times.

The driver was taken by helicopter to an Oklahoma City hospital. The passenger was treated and released at a Lawton hospital.

The Oklahoma Highway Patrol said excessive speed is to blame.

 

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