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Suspected drunk driver topples light pole

LAWTON, Okla._ Police arrested a suspected drunk driver after he took a turn too fast and lost control of his pickup and collided into a light pole.

Witnesses said the driver was speeding while eastbound on NW Lee Blvd. They said he turned onto SW 2nd Street going too fast and lost control.

His pickup crossed into oncoming traffic along 2nd Street before crossing back over before hitting a light pole, toppling it over.

The truck skidded several feet before coming to a rest in a business parking lot. The driver was arrested for suspicion of DUI and reckless driving.

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