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Speeding driver causes accident

LAWTON, Okla._ A driver was hurt in a crash in north Lawton Wednesday.

Police said the driver of a gray Cadillac was partially rear-ended while making a right turn into his driveway just south of Cache Road near 33rd Street.

The driver behind him said she didn't see him signal and could not slow down in time. Police said she was speeding.

The driver of the Cadillac was sent to the hospital with neck injuries.

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