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Short police chase ends with a car crash

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LAWTON, OK (KSWO) - New information on the accident that happened early Saturday morning. Two are in critical condition after a short police chase ended in a crash. Lawton police say an officer saw a driver on Lee Boulevard turn north on to 67th Street, swerve, and then drive up on the median around 3 a.m.

The officer tried to pull the driver over, but the driver started speeding up 67th Street, reaching speeds of 70 mph until they got to the Gore Boulevard and 67th intersection. That’s where the driver plowed through the back of an SUV.

Three people in the SUV were treated and released, but one passenger was flown to Oklahoma City in critical condition. The driver police were chasing is also in critical condition.

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