A woman was trapped in a car after it flipped.
Lawton police say she and the male driver both went to the hospital with injuries.
It happened around midnight at SE 45th and Lee.
Police say the driver was speeding when he veered off the road, struck a concrete embankment and flipped end over end landing on its top.
The male driver got out, however the female passenger was trapped inside for about ten minutes.
Both were transported to the hospital, but are expected to be okay.
Police say alcohol was most likely involved.
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