Woman dies in Lawton crash

Posted on Wednesday, October 14th, 2020 at 11:28 pm    

LAWTON, OK –  A women is dead after a crash in Caddo County this afternoon, according to KSWO.

Officials say Carol Cody, 52, was heading east on County Road 1470 near US-277 when she was struck by a rock hauler.

According to police, the impact pinned Cody in her vehicle for two hours before the local Fire Department could free her.

Oklahoma Highway Patrol says she failed to stop at a stop sign before the accident.

Cody died from injuries sustained in the impact.

The driver of the rock hauler was unharmed.


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