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Duncan Bypass crash sends motorcyclist to hospital

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DUNCAN, OK (KSWO) - A motorcyclist was flown to the hospital after a crash on the Duncan Bypass near Boren Boulevard.

A driver in the dark gray car and the motorcyclist were going southbound on the bypass around 4 pm Sunday. Police say the motorcyclist might have tried to turn on to Boren then the car rear-ended the motorcycle.

The driver of the car was not hurt, and the motorcyclist was flown to the hospital with unknown injuries.

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