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No injuries in Thursday night crash

Source: KSWO Source: KSWO

LAWTON, OK (KSWO) - A driver is okay after running off a road and into a light pole in Lawton.
It happened just before ten Thursday night at 1st and Gore Boulevard.
Lawton Police tells 7News they believe the crash was weather related.
They say the driver lost control of the car and went off the road before crashing into a light pole in front of Cosmo Realty.
It's not clear how much damage was done to the building.
There were no major injuries, and the driver was not taken to a hospital.

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