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Fatal Motorcycle Crash on Highway 281

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Over the weekend, a crash involving a pickup truck and a motorcycle took the life of a Fort Worth man. The wreck happened on Highway 281 near the Highway 199 intersection. According to KFDX News Channel Three, a motorcyclist, 63-year-old Walter Millsap slammed into the back of a pickup truck that ran a stop sign as it was driving north on 281. Sadly, Millsap was pronounced dead on the scene. Very few details have been released on how this horrible crash happened. Was the driver of the truck distracted? Was this a case of a driver failing to share the road? This wreck is likely still under investigation with authorities.
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Multiple Wrecks in Oklahoma This Week

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There were multiple crashes in Southern Oklahoma this week. On Monday, two people were injured in a crash that happened in Lawton. The two-car wreck occurred on Southwest 27th Street and Lee Boulevard. According to KSWO News Channel Seven, an SUV was going west on Lee and struck a sedan that was entering the intersection of 27th Street. Both drivers were transported to the hospital for treatment. No information has been released on the extent of their injuries or their current conditions. Additionally, KSWO did not report on the specific cause of this crash or who was at fault. This wreck is likely still under investigation.
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Cyclist Attacked by Dogs on Kemp

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On Monday morning, a cyclist was attacked by dogs on the 1200 block of Kemp. According to KFDX News Channel Three, two dogs attacked the cyclist at about 10:30 a.m. The dogs that attacked him were listed as a Pit Bull and a Pug mix. The victim was transported to the hospital for treatment of injuries. Officials with Animal Control Services were able to pick up the Pit Bull, but did not locate the Pug mix. There is no word on the extent of the victim’s injuries or current condition.
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Oklahoma Man Struck and Killed by Train in Atoka County

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On Wednesday night, a man was struck and killed by a train in Atoka County, Oklahoma. The victim, 58-year-old James Littleton of Tushka, was hit by a Union Pacific train, while he was allegedly laying on the railroad tracks. There is no word on why Littleton was on the tracks, and this incident is likely still under investigation. KSWO News Channel Seven reports that the train was headed south with four engines and 70 cars.
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General Motors Recall Due to Faulty Ignition Switches

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KFDX News Channel Three has recently reported on the massive automobile recall being conducted by General Motors. According to General Motors’ website, the recalled models need to have their faulty ignition switches corrected. This defective ignition switch may allow the key to unintentionally move or switch to the ‘accessory’ or ‘off’ position. If this occurs when you are driving, the engine and most of the vehicle’s electrical components can turn off suddenly. If your car is on the recall list, you should contact GM right away, if you haven’t already heard from them, and find out when and where you can get your car fixed.
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