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January 4, 2013

Ninnekah woman dead after 1 car accident

CHICKASHA — One woman is dead after a one-car accident Thursday evening. The Ninnekah woman, identified by police as Debra J. Kingen, 37, was headed southbound on County Street 2850 when for some unknown reason, the car left the roadway and went right.

According to the Oklahoma Highway Patrol Trooper Steven Mitchell's report, her 2011 Honda Civic was pinned for nearly 40 minutes, only to be freed by the Grady County Fire Department using the Jaws of Life. Kingen died at the scene due to massive injuries.

Trooper Mitchell was assisted by Troopers Rusty Russell, Corey Comer, and Cheyenne Cotnerr and also Grady County Sheriff's Office, Ninnekah Police Department, Grady County Fire Department and Ninnekah Fire Department.

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