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Deadly collision caught on camera

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LAWTON, Okla._New details are surfacing surrounding a violent collision Wednesday that killed 42-year-old Helen Laurenzana of Lawton.

Police said Thursday a BOLO or "be on the lookout" call was dispatched Wednesday night for 27-year-old Rashad Brady's car just after callers reported an erratic driver going 100 miles an hour, just before the crash at Fort Sill Blvd. and Smith Ave.

Police believe Brady caused the collision after he hit Laurenzana from the back as she sat at a stop light. Laurenzana was pronounced dead at the scene, her 17- year-old passenger was treated for minor injuries.

Brady was flown to an Oklahoma City hospital, where he is being treated for a broken leg, among other injuries.

 Surveillance video of the crash was recovered. An accident reconstruction team will determine the speed at the time of impact. They're also looking at toxicology reports to determine if alcohol or drug use played a factor.

 

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