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Driver injured in Lawton rollover accident

LAWTON, Okla._A rollover accident sent a Lawton driver to the hospital.

Police were called to the rollover wreck Friday, at the NW 82nd and Cache Rd. intersection.

Police said the driver of a red car was southbound on 82nd St. when she failed to yield to a red light and struck a mini van.

The impact caused the woman's car to roll over. She was sent to the hospital with minor injuries to her legs.

No one else was injured.

 

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