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Motorcyclist dies in Cotton County accident

COTTON COUNTY, Okla._One man is dead after a morning motorcycle accident on I-44 on Sunday.

We've learned that the motorcyclist, 65-year-old Larry Samford, has died from his injuries.

According to the accident report, Samford clipped another motorcyclist causing him to lose control just after 10:30 this morning. He was thrown from the bike onto the roadway before a third motorcyclist ran over him. He was life flighted to an Oklahoma City hospital where he was later pronounced dead.

Crews from the Comanche County Sheriff's Department and the Comanche Nation Police assisted troopers at the scene.
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