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Victim airlifted after two car collision

JACKSON COUNTY, Okla._Two people are injured after a two car accident that happened Sunday morning near Altus.

According to a witness a grey car was headed east on Highway 62 when a white pick-up pulled out on to the highway in front of the gray car.

Life flight helicopter responded to the scene and airlifted one victim who was suffering from multiple injuries to the hospital.

Jackson county EMS transported a 60-year-old male victim who complained of injuries to the neck, spine and lower back to Jackson County Hospital.

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