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Fatal crash in Jackson County

ALTUS, Okla._One person died in a one-car crash Monday near Altus. 

Oklahoma Highway Patrol says 43-year-old Johnathan Fort of Headrick was driving on a county road Monday afternoon when he went off the road on the left side and slammed into a concrete culvert. He was pronounced dead at the hospital Monday evening. A passenger in the van was treated for his injuries at the hospital and released. 

OHP is investigating what caused the vehicle to leave the roadway.

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