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Accident sends multiple people to the hospital

LAWTON, OK (KSWO) -Lawton police say a driver falling asleep at the wheel is to blame for a collision that sent three people to the hospital.

Police say the driver was westbound on Northwest Cache Road near Hunter Road, just north of Outback Steakhouse, Friday afternoon when he fell asleep before crossing into oncoming traffic. Police say the vehicles collided nearly head-on. Both drivers and a child were taken to the hospital after the accident. As of late Friday night, they all remained hospitalized with non-life threatening injuries.

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