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OHP and LPD respond to several crashes

LAWTON, OK(KSWO)-The Oklahoma Highway Patrol responded to rollover crash around 6:30 p.m. Thursday near the Medicine Park exit on I-40.  No one was injured, though one car rolled over onto the median.

Another rollover happened in Lawton at 2nd Street and Gore Blvd. Thursday afternoon, leaving a jeep rolled onto its side. Police say the jeep was hit by another vehicle at the intersection.

Then, about 20 minutes later on 17th Street and F Avenue, a car was T-boned after it pulled in front of a truck. The car rolled into the front yard of a home.  The driver was taken to the hospital in unknown condition.

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