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Accident pushes car into power pole

LAWTON, Okla._A car accident in Lawton today left a woman with minor injuries.

The accident occurred around noon at the intersection of Sheridan Road and "G" Street. Police said the woman was headed north on Sheridan Road when another driver pulled out in front of her while turning east onto “G” Street. The collision pushed the woman's car into a power pole and shut down traffic for a half hour.

The woman is expected to be okay. The other driver was not hurt.

 

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