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Driver loses control on icy road

LAWTON, Okla._An icy roadway in east Lawton caused a driver to lose control of her SUV Tuesday morning.

The SUV rolled on its side around 7:30 a.m. According to police, the woman was driving west on Gore Boulevard near Northeast 20th Street and hit a patch of ice. Her SUV went up over the curb and onto the grass in front of Taco Mayo and clipped the guard around a gas meter, which caused her vehicle to flip onto its side.

The two women in that SUV escaped without any injuries. The gas company was called out to repair the guard around the meter.

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