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Head-on crash sends 2 people to hospital near Blair

Near Blair, OK- Two people were sent to  hospitals after a violent head-on crash in Greer County.

It happened just before ten Thursday night on State Highway 6, two miles north of Blair. Oklahoma
Highway Patrol tells us 65-year-old Hulet Rush of Mangum was driving north in his truck when he crossed the center line and crashed head-on into the other driver. She has been identified as 45-year old Angela Clark of Altus.

Rush was air-lifted to OU Medical Center in Oklahoma City with internal and leg injuries. Clark was taken to Jackson County Memorial where she was isted in stable condition with minor injuries.
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