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Woman hurt after crashing into tree

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COMANCHE COUNTY, OK (KSWO) - A woman was flown to the hospital after crashing into a tree on Highway 58 early Saturday morning.

Oklahoma Highway Patrol has not released the identity of the woman. They say she was driving north on Highway 58 next to Lake Lawtonka around 3 a.m. Right after she passed McIntosh Road, OHP says she drifted off the right side of the road, tried to over correct, and ended up running off the left side of the road, and slamming into a tree.

She was pinned for an hour before the Medicine Park Fire Department cut her out of the vehicle.

OHP says she has critical head, internal, arm and leg injuries.

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