Stephens County_Authorities say at about 2:40 AM, 38-year-old Nicole Culp was driving Northbound on 9 Mile Road, and for an unknown reason departed the roadway to the right, and went into a broadslide and struck a tree on the driver's side.
Culp was pinned in the vehicle approximately 45 minutes before she was a freed by the Central High Volunteer Fire Department. The woman's next of kin have been notified, and she was transported to Callaway-Smith-Cobb Funeral Home. She died due to massive head injuries.
Oklahoma Highway Patrol Trooper Nathan Mackey's report indicates that she was wearing her seatbelt, and the airbags of the vehicle were deployed.
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7News partnered with Red Cross Oklahoma for a telethon supporting the victims of hurricane Florence tuesday raising over $3,000. The 3 hour event brought in a total of $3430. The money raised provides food, shelter, blankets, personal hygiene items, cleaning supply kits, and emotional support. Red Cross officials say even though the hurricane is gone their work following any disaster is far from over.
The Lawton chapter of the Future Farmers of America held a special meeting to raise funds and meet with the community Tuesday evening. It was a watermelon social and silent auction. The event featured all-you-can-eat watermelon and hot dogs. There were also fun contests, like seed spitting and a race to see who could eat a melon the fastest. After the social the chapter held its silent auction, selling dozens of items donated from various local businesses.