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Woman accused of killing a man with her car will face trial

 LAWTON, Okla._A woman accused of manslaughter for killing a man with her car last year will stand trial.

Misty Yeats was arrested September 2013 after she hit Harold Otts with her car, killing him, as he walked along the turnpike near the Gore Blvd. exit at night.

Yeats hit her brakes, and swerved to avoid the collision, but still hit him. She stopped on the shoulder of the exit ramp after the wreck.

Otts died from his injuries.

Toxicology reports later confirmed Yeats was driving under the influence of drugs.

Yeats' trial is set to begin May 27.

 

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